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Sniffer dogs called in as wall of Polish townhouse collapses

18.03.2021 15:14
Rescuers with sniffer dogs have been called in to search a townhouse building which partially collapsed in southern Poland on Thursday.
The partially collapsed townhouse building in the centre of Rybnik, southern Poland.
The partially collapsed townhouse building in the centre of Rybnik, southern Poland. Photo: PAP/Andrzej Grygiel

There was no indication, however, that anyone was buried under the rubble, public broadcaster Polish Radio reported.

Staff from a construction firm were carrying out renovation work on the four-storey building in the southern city of Rybnik when one of its walls disintegrated, but managed to escaped in time.

Eight fire brigade crews were sent to the site.

Photo: PAP/Andrzej Grygiel. Photo: PAP/Andrzej Grygiel.


Source: PAP