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Yet another big chemical fire in the Netherlands, second one this year, last one was the ChemiePack fire in Moerdijk:
This time in Amsterdam, according to a riskmap, 115.000KG of hazzardous material is stored there.
More to follow.
The eyewitness said he witnessed the fire from the start, he heard explosions, then saw a green cloud followed by pitch black smoke and flames. AT5 reporter's site reports that around 12.45 pm the fire still is raging in full force. "I see the flames hit skyhigh." The area stinks. The fire department reports that there are two sheds on fire: a warehouse where rubber is stored and a shed with cocao. Around 13.00 hours the fire was scaled to GRIP 2.