BERLIN- German dominions are probing after police found millions of liters( gallons) of injurious chemicals and gas receptacles stored in a terminal in west Germany.
German news agency dpa reported Monday that firefighters discovered the containers Sunday in a storehouse in Preussisch Oldendorf, near the city of Bielefeld, while extinguishing a cable ardor in the facility.
Dpa reported that the building’s owner had sublet it to another person, who is now being sought by police. There “werent any” further details on that person.
Police said they’re also investigating why information materials was stored under the building and its intended use.
The building was grabbed by police and the compounds will be removed by specialists.
The 35,000 liters( 9,245 gallons) of chemicals include sulfuric acid, sodium hydroxide solution and phosphoric acid.