Has a new drama been avoided in Lille?
A little less than three months after the collapse of two buildings, which claimed the life of a doctor, a building was evacuated on Friday afternoon.
It is located rue de la clef.
In a press release, the town hall speaks of a “certain risk for the occupants of the building” detected after an audit.
“A barrier has been put in place to prohibit access to the sidewalk of the building.
The business, Suncoo, is therefore closed and all of the tenants have been able to find a relocation solution for the weekend.
What are the specific problems affecting the building?
According to La Voix du Nord, cracks have been discovered everywhere, as well as dry rot, this devastating fungus for wood.
Since the fatal collapse of two adjoining buildings on November 12, evacuation orders have multiplied in Lille.
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