Innsbruck – A large-scale rescue operation took place Saturday in the town of Saggen in Innsbruck. In the auditorium for about 21 hours, an exodus from an earlier unknown substance occurred. At that time, there were between 150 and 200 people at the wedding. Twenty-six were to be taken to Innsbruck and Hall hospitals for health problems such as breathlessness and nausea. As the police announced on Saturday morning, all those who were hit could be released in the meantime.
In addition to 65 nurses and five ambulances, the police, the professional fire brigade of Innsbruck, the Mühlau and Reichenau volunteer fire brigades, as well as the special forces of the Armed Forces and Landeschemiker were in action.
How and why the incident occurred and what kind of thing it is, is currently under investigation. (TT.com)
A total of 65 nurses and five emergency doctors were on duty.