Accommodation Behind Fire At Asylum Residents In Blekinge

From Fria-Tider:
The person arrested for assassination against an asylum resident in Asarum in Blekinge on Wednesday lived on the accommodation, according to information to P4 Blekinge.

On Wednesday morning, the asylum residence burned the Lindemohemmet in Asarum in Blekinge. The accommodation's three dwelling periods were in full flames and could not be saved.

"They are completely overturned," said SVT News Blekinge, Emigrant Erik Alfredsson. They will probably burn down to the ground.

Even a nearby forest area was first threatened by the fire.

The police classifies the event as a fiery fire. But the circumstances surrounding the fire were initially unknown, the police wrote on his website.

Later a 20-year-old man was suspected of murder.

Now it appears that the person himself lived at the home. It writes P4 Blekinge on Wednesday afternoon.

The police have not confirmed the task, but several people from the site have said that the fire started in the man's room, and that the man himself helped to get out of the burning room.

Then the fire spread and a total of 68 people were evacuated.

However, no person is reported to have been injured in the fire. Asylum seekers will now have an "emergency" housing solution in the region of South, says Johanna Duhlaku, acting head of unit at the Migration Board in Karlskrona, to SVT.

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