The police are investigating the damned breach in Munkebotn in Bergen last week. Currently they think it is too early to say whether someone can be held responsible.
It was Wednesday, August 22, that a temporary detention session erupted in connection with the rehabilitation of Munkebotsvatnet. Large quantities of water flowed beyond the area of Munkebotn and Eidsvåg, and More than 100 people were evacuated from their homes.
"The research is intended to clarify the actual course of events.The natural theme of the research will be whether evaluations related to the measure and the risk it represents have been sufficiently sensitive.It is too early to say anything about something that has been punished and who can be held accountable for this West police district Monday.
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Police work consists of collecting all relevant documentation and questioning witnesses. The police are also in dialogue with Norwegian waters and energy management (NVE) and the Labor Inspectorate.
mountains the municipality has a period of three months to submit its report on this matter to NVE, and the police will wait for it. Beyond that, they think it is difficult to say how long the research will take.
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