The third asylum centre in Sweden set ablaze in a few days

The third asylum centre in Sweden set ablaze in a few days
A former school building in Kungsbacka south of Gothenburg, which was to be used as a reception centre for asylum seekers, on Saturday night went up in flames. This was the third asylum centre in a few days which has been destroyed by fire in Sweden.

Firefighters tried long to get the fire under control, but this morning they had to confirm that half of the building was completely destroyed.

- It is totally unacceptable, and not good, says municipal manager Bo Eder Ström to the Swedish newspaper Expressen.
The building was ready, but not yet taken into use as an asylum centre, and no people were in the former school in Onsala when the fire broke out.

The cause of the fire is not determined, and the police have cordoned off the area to carry out technical studies.

On Friday night, another school building was burned to the ground in Kånna just south of Ljungby in Småland. This school was also prepared to accept asylum seekers, and the police believe the school was put on fire.

- There are indications that the fire was intentional, says police operations manager Henrik Jonasson to Smålands Posten.

On Tuesday, a plant in Arløv in Skåne went up in flames. The facility would be used as a reception centre for unaccompanied minor refugees (lying men) and would be taken into use the following day. Also this fire is being investigated by police.

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