In Horni Marsov, a derelict baroque castle that burns, the fire stations have pronounced a third alarm level



The third degree of fire alarm was announced from four possible. Firefighters have no information that anyone would be injured

Horní Maršov (Trutnovsko) – In Horni Marsov in Trutnov, the unused and derelict baroque castle burns from Sunday morning. The roof of the castle burned. The third degree of fire alarm was announced from four onwards. Firefighters have no information that anyone could be injured.

According to information from the website best -reality.cz, the castle is sold for 14.5 million crowns, according to a spokesperson for the regional regional firefighters Martina Götzová. "Since April 1994, the building has not been used in any way and its construction and technical condition has deteriorated," said the site.

The fire of the castle is not yet under control. "There is a flaming combustion of the roof construction, and a burned roof will fire the fire through a height technique," said the spokesman

Firefighters received a fire alarm at 4:45 am. Ten units of firefighters were sent to the site. They set up two pumping stations from the nearby Upy River. There is a car magazine and a platform of Trutnov station on the premises.


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