Dusseldorf – One day after the evacuation of a construction site around an office complex in Düsseldorf, the fire department gave its all.
Thanks to the calculations of structural engineers and civil engineers, it was proved that the building was stable, according to a report from Wednesday morning. The lock in the area has been lifted.
On Tuesday, it was feared that parts of the Rheinische Sparkassen and Giroverbandes building might fall on the road because of excessive static interference. The problem was discovered around 6:00 pm during a construction inspection.
The construction site was then evacuated and the complex was isolated. As a result, there was a break in rush hour in Dusseldorf. Residents were not in danger.