The flames left no casualties at the scene; Case is under investigation
Last Saturday (19th) a big fire broke out in a warehouse with at least 22 minibuses used for school transport in Rome.
The flames were registered in via Ostiense, in the center of the capital of Italy, and did not leave anyone intoxicated or injured, according to local authorities.
The damaged vehicles belong to the private company Tundo and have not been used by the municipality for some time. Six teams of firefighters rushed to the scene to contain the blaze.
The prefecture of Rome said that an investigation had been opened into the case and “the malicious nature of the flames seems possible”.
“From the first investigations carried out, the malicious nature of the flames, triggered in several points, seems possible, but it is necessary to wait for the end of the investigations”, explains the municipal administration in a note.
The mayor of the “eternal city”, Roberto Gualtieri, is in contact with the police commissioner of Rome and the provincial commander of the fire brigade to find out the outcome of the investigations.
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