Seven injured after explosion and fire in German kebab shop

Berlin - Six residents and a firefighter were injured after an explosion and fire in a kebab shop in the central German town of Moringen overnight to Monday.

According to police, they sustained injuries through smoke inhalation.
The explosion took place in a building which houses both commercial and residential units.
The owner of the kebab shop finished up business and locked the premises from the outside. Shortly afterwards, the explosion occurred and a blaze broke out.
Heavy smoke blocked the escape route for many of the building's nine residents - they were instead rescued from the roof by firefighters using a ladder.
Police could not immediately provide any information as to the possible cause of the fire, but said it had caused approximately 200,000 euros (237,000 dollars) worth of damage.

Monday, December 4th 2017

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