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    Massive fire destroys 16 trucks in Osiecznica, Poland: Second incident in a week raises suspicion of arson

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    An enormous fire erupted in Osiecznica, Lower Silesia, Poland, where 16 trucks were burnt to ashes, and two others were severely damaged. The blaze broke out at a company’s parking lot, marking the second incident in a week. The local firefighting team was alerted to the scene and worked tirelessly to control the blaze with over 40 officers participating in the operation.

    The situation was precarious as the majority of the trucks were fully fueled, making it challenging to contain the fire. According to preliminary reports, the fire began in the central part of the parking lot, and multiple teams, including OSP Osiecznica, OSP Ławszowa, OSP Parowa, OSP Przejęsław, JRG Bolesławiec, and WSP Świętoszów, responded to the call for help.

    This is not the first time that such a fire has occurred on this company’s premises. Only four days ago, on Tuesday night, a similar incident happened at the same parking lot, although only six trucks were affected that time. This raises suspicion that someone may be intentionally causing the fire to inflict more damage on the company owner. The police will investigate the matter and try to determine the cause of the fire.

    The fire of such magnitude has resulted in significant losses for the company, including the destruction of 16 trucks and other damages. Furthermore, the incident puts the employees’ jobs in jeopardy, which is concerning for the local community. As such, it is imperative to find the culprit and bring them to justice. This unfortunate event highlights the need for increased vigilance to prevent such incidents from happening in the future.

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