A thick plume of smoke rose above the gardens of Apolline, this Wednesday morning, around 10 hours. When the firemen arrived, the fire was circumscribed by workers. No injuries are to be deplored.

Three weeks after the fire at the Hotel de Paris, a new plume of smoke could be observed in the skies of the Principality.

This Wednesday around 10 am, this time on the site of the Jardins d’Apolline, in the district of Condamine, a fire broke out.

It is during the installation of the waterproofing that the calandrite, the asphalt roller making it possible to ensure the waterproofness of a roof, caught fire. Nearly 15m² went up in smoke, as were wooden pallets and polyurethane foam nearby.

THE GOOD REFLEX OF THE WORKERS

At the arrival of the firefighters, the workers present on site had already circumscribed the fire using a garden hose.

The 15 or so soldiers of the fire even made a reconnaissance. There are no casualties.