First the heat, now this: According to the district office, a person died in a severe storm in the Freising district.
Ingolstadt – First heat, now this: With a heavy one storm According to the district office, one person died in the Freising district.
There is also one seriously injured person and one person is missing, said district spokeswoman Eva Zimmerhof on Monday evening. The police had previously reported several injuries in Moosburg, Bavaria, and the surrounding area.
The district office said that the Moosburg area was currently without electricity across the board and that numerous lines had been destroyed. The train service between Freising and Landshut via Moosburg/Isar was therefore suspended up to and including Tuesday.
In the areas of Moosburg/Isar, Oberhummel, Niederhummel, Wang, Mauer, Gammelsdorf and Kirchamper there is no longer any power supply.
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“Also as a precaution, inform your neighbors and provide help if necessary. If necessary, the fire brigade can be alerted by triggering the siren – at the equipment house/town hall. (…) Reduce your power consumption via rechargeable batteries and batteries to the bare minimum,” advised the district.
The police had been called to numerous operations with injured people, said a responsible spokesman for the police headquarters in Ingolstadt. However, no further details are currently available. “Au, Attenkirchen, Nandlstadt, Appersdorf was also hit hard,” said Manfred Danner, who is the local operations manager in the Freising district.
A dozen fallen trees were reported in Lower Bavaria by the early evening, said a spokesman for the Lower Bavaria police headquarters. In addition, a skylight was destroyed by hail. In the area of the police headquarters in Oberbayern-Süd, however, no storm damage was reported until the early evening.