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Major Fire Breaks Out At Port Le Havre In France

PortandTerminal.com, October 24, 2020

200 people evacuated – no injuries reported | Le Havre is one of the biggest port cities in France

LE HAVRE, FRANCE – A major fire broke out on in the northern French port city of Le Havre on Saturday, the local authorities and media reported. 

The fire broke out in an abandoned building in the neighbourhood of Le Havre’s harbour. Dark black clouds of smoke took over the neighbourhood within minutes of the incident, which was visible from miles away.

The authorities have started evacuating the nearby areas and have asked all residents to find a safe shelter and avoid the area. According to local media reports, the fire broke out in an old warehouse. 

As of now, no casualties have been reported. The area has been evacuated and the fire is being handled by the local authorities.

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