“That you can settle down at home is a novelty”
Not only the fire brigade in Edewecht, Lower Saxony, is confused about this lack of distance: After a rear-end collision with four injured people, not only the usual onlookers turned up near the scene of the accident, no – the onlookers had brought folding chairs with them to look at blood, injured people and to be able to follow rescue work comfortably and comfortably.
Fire brigade erects privacy screens
Because it was initially unclear how many people were injured in the accident with three cars in the small town near Oldenburg, the rescue teams moved in with a large contingent. They had to care for one “moderately” injured and three slightly injured.
And protect yourself against uninvited guests. Screen walls were erected. Dirk Gerdes-Röben from the Edewecht fire brigade explains: “We were called to take barricade measures. We noticed that people in the neighborhood had set up folding chairs and made themselves comfortable.”
The way it is done is hardly understandable – the firefighter finds clear words. “That makes us shake our heads.” Onlookers are normal, with the rescue workers have to deal with, but “that one settles down at home is a novelty.” (ear)