Oslo’s fire brigade had a challenging Tuesday with a total of six fires breaking out in just 12 hours. Some of the fires caused substantial damage, but nobody was injured, Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) reported.
The first fire occurred in the Fredensborg district, followed by more fires in Fagerborg, Årvoll, on Storgata and in Ullern. There was also a fire at Jar in the nearby Bærum suburb.
According to an Oslo fire brigade spokesman, some of the emergency operations were carried out with help from nearby districts.
There were no reports of a possible link between the incidents, altough one spokesman said that it couldn’t be ruled out.