A major fire broke out in an abandoned house in downtown Liège on the night of Wednesday to Thursday, according to the Liège firefighters. So far, no injuries have been reported.
The fire started around 03:30 on Thursday morning in an abandoned building on Rue de Hesbaye, in the Sainte-Marguerite district of Liège. The fire was substantial and the firefighters had to send significant resources to the scene, including six fire engines, Belga News Agency reports.
There were no victims as a result of the fire, according to L'Avenir.
Thursday morning around 06:30, six fire brigade vehicles were still on site.
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The cause of the fire is not yet known, but according to the firefighters, the house was probably squatted.