Part of Wroclaw was announced to be evacuated. Announcement from the police
On Thursday, starting at 8 a.m., the police announced that police and other services in Wroclaw would begin evacuating part of the city. The operation of the services is linked to the discovery of unexploded ordnance from World War II in Staszyk Square.
“In view of the threat to people’s health and life caused by unexploded ordnance from World War II found on Plac Staszica in Wroclaw, we would like to inform you that on May 26, 2023 (Friday) from 8:00 a.m., officers of the police and other services will be executed. Evacuation The evacuation applies to people residing on the following streets: Reymonta Street from Łowiecka Street to Kleczkowska Street, Kleczkowska Street from Reymonta Street to Dębowskiego Street, Dębickiego Street to the intersection with Trzebnicka Street (without evacuating blocks of flats on Dębickiego Street), Trzebnicka Street from The intersection from Dębickiego Street to Powstańców Wielkopolskich Square, then Stanisław Staszic Square from Powstańców Wielkoplskich Street to Tomaawa Square with św Wincentego Stepture to Pomorska to Stanisak Pierwszy Street to Łowiecka Street, Reymonta St. Health clinic on Łowiecka Street, PGE Kogeneracja SA building and the building located at Staszica 30A St. “- reads the statement.
Buses will take evacuees to safety
The police also informed that between 8.00 and 10.30 in the area of \u200b\u200bthe Wroclaw Nadodrze station, three buses for evacuees will be stationed, which will take them to a safe place.
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“Explosive experts will take unexploded ordnance from 11.00 am, and evacuation activities will start from 8:00 am. Let’s keep calm and strictly follow the orders and announcements of the police and other services,” he added.
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