The collapse of the tower in the Netherlands because of the fire

Short circuit and emerged after this fire led to the collapse of the upper part of the tower broadcasting transmitter in Hogersmilde in eastern Netherlands.

This 300-meter structure was one of the highest in the country.

During collapse no one was hurt, as firefighters struggled to cope with the fire, had to leave the dangerous object, and the area around the transmitting station has been fenced off by the time the police.

However, as a result of a failure of the transmitter towers of 80 Dutch territory were without broadcasting in FM-band reception. Radio stations switched to broadcasting online via cable systems and on medium wave through other resources.

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