The night is lit during weekends in Sweden

 
The night is lit during weekends in Sweden
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In desperation, people try to get to their parked cars to save them from the flames. It's weekend in Sweden.

Several cars were on fire in Hallunda in southern Stockholm. The emergency services received the alarm at 22:11 that cars were set on fire. When the newspaper Nyheter Idag arrived at the site, two cars were completely lit and a third car had also just started to burn. Another car parked next to it was about to ignite, and in panic the owner rushed to save the vehicle.

Minutes later, emergency services arrived to extinguish the fires. Then a large number of residents in the area gathered around the parking lot to see what happened. The drama was captured on a video by Nyheter Idag (below).

Hallunda is part of Stockholm's exclusion areas that have long been rocked by car fires and crime. In February this year, Aftonbladet told that Hallunda/Norsborg is one of Stockholm County's most dangerous areas, and last year a total of 70 cars and a number of buildings burned in northern Botkyrka. Drug dealing happens openly in Norsborg, and several robberies have shaken Hallunda.

Fires also burned in Gothenburg and other places in the country during the weekend, in addition to rapes, attempted rapes, robberies, beatings, stabbings and shootings, the new normal in the new Sweden.



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