A fire broke out this morning on a dairy farm from the rank of Sands, Chambord. Thirty animals were bothered by smoke, but they are out of danger.
The fire started in a garage attached to the barn, where there was farm machinery. According to information obtained at the scene, the work of firefighters was complicated by the fact that the nearest hydrant was far from the blaze.
The thirty firefighters rushed to the scene but was quickly extinguished the flames. The chief of operations, Guy Maillot, said that sappers from Chambord, Desbiens and Roberval intervened.