A large-scale police operation took place in a clinic in the city of Bremerhaven in northwestern Germany, fire and rescue officials evacuated about 40 people due to a bomb threat. This was announced on Thursday, August 18, by local law enforcement agencies on Twitter.
Fire and rescue services are currently evacuating patients from the hospital.
It is noted that in the clinic there were about 40 people.
According to the DPA agency, information about the planted bomb was not confirmed, the police did not find an explosive device in the building.
Earlier, on August 5, it was reported that more than 80 residents of the city of Levin in New Zealand were evacuated due to the threat of an explosion or chemical attack.
According to available information, an unidentified man barricaded himself in one of the houses and threatened to blow up the chemicals he had. For security reasons, it was decided to take people out of the surrounding areas.
All evacuees were provided with the necessary assistance and provided with temporary accommodation. In addition, security officials warned residents of another 40 houses about possible risks and urged them to be ready to move to a safe area if necessary.