E-bike battery catches fire-and set fire to the villa of German millionaires

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Terrifying incident in Isernhagen in Lower Saxony! The villa of a German millionaire suddenly caught fire and suffered huge damage. The reason: an e-bike battery on a socket had ignited itself and the fire triggered. Fortunately, all residents could save themselves.

For links on this page, Site receives. A commission from the dealer, Z.B. For marked. More information in battery An e-bike has ignited itself during the charging process and set fire to a 1,600 square meter villa in Isernhagen (Hanover region). According to the police, the residents were warned by an alarm system early Monday morning. They could get to safety in good time. The fire brigade then had to extinguish the fire for hours.As the "picture"-The newspaper reports, it is the villa of a German millionaire. In the meantime, his ex-wife lives there with her new partner. The millionaire himself lives in a row house in the neighboring town.

Damage 1.5 million euros – also valuable works of art affected

The fire investigators had already found on the same day that a technical defect in the bicycle battery was the cause of the fire, it is said. The flames recorded the inventory of the library in which the battery was located. Then they spread out.As the "picture" reports, valuable works of art are also said to have been destroyed. The police estimated the property damage to around 1.5 million euros.

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14 thoughts on “E-bike battery catches fire-and set fire to the villa of German millionaires”

  1. Exactly
    is probably the only reason that I use the use of old e-car batteries as a power memory … for homes as a high -risk, almost stupid idea. Nobody should stand in the basement in particular. These are all alibi ideas with which you want to keep the e-machinery running, which is now 100% in a beta development.

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  2. What is the point, one
    Using old -age memory as a memory? He was replaced because his ability to save was no longer sufficient. In addition, the dendrites grow steadily with the number of charging cycles, so it is only a matter of time before it pops. Then in the house, suddenly and not predictable. Those who drive such approaches should be fully liable in the event of damage.

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  3. In Eisenberg there were injuries than the house
    has burned down due to a battery. One of them very difficult. The explosion was so violent that the windows were torn out. That was just a bicycle battery. Now imagine a car with much larger battery in the garage.

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  4. so what ?
    you are really surprised there ? If everything would be reported, it would look even sadder….. Strangely enough, you don’t hear any sound about the environment or air pollution. Whether this is a German millionaire or Spanish worker is absolutely secondary……

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  5. The saying "Houses don’t burn more often now"
    Certainly comes from the e-lobby corner. With us in the area, 2 houses have already burned down due to battery beach. Pollutant emission was ignored. Is yes "green poison". The influence of the contaminated extinguishing water was ever examined on the drinking water and the result was published? Stuttgart Z.B. would be interesting. All of this is simply hidden, not on the ideological line.

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  6. Wonderful comments
    Actually, I didn’t want to read the article at all.I’m not interested. But then, I thought of all the nice comments, which now pull back on the climate trail. I was not disappointed. Humor is when you laugh anyway.

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  7. Climate balance
    The now weekly severe fires of these green world rescuers are also recorded in the climate balance? How many new electric cars does the German have to buy in order to make up for the fire of a single one again environment? Can you do this perhaps using the example of the major fire in Stuttgart?

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  8. Many new building regulations
    All e-mobility will lead to a flood of new building regulations and test obligations. Because battery fires will occur again and again, even if a villa does not always burn the same spectacular. In the past, if a bicycle cellar in a apartment building was a simple room with a board door, everything will soon have to be F90. Unfortunately, the previous fire protection in garages will probably also be tightened. And this is probably also the case with these annoying and expensive regular test obligations. So e-mobility could soon become a cost trap for property owners. What the state of course sees as a pleasant side effect is forced many investments. I keep my old bike, have been running for over 30 years and does not burn.

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  9. Whether the Millionaer ….
    -As the "picture"-The newspaper reports, it is the villa of a German millionaire. In the meantime, his ex-wife lives there with her new partner. The millionaire himself lives in a row house in the neighboring town.- … well, at least temporarily and after it was certain, that none "Personal injury" happened, had a broad grin on his lips?

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  10. causes
    As soon as an electric vehicle is exposed as the cause of the fire, it starts again! According to the logic of e-bike haters, we should no longer have a stove in the kitchen, do not charge cell phones and generally no (old) sockets. You don’t want to abolish that. I’m not a friend of e-bikes either, but that’s pretty one-sided tone here again!

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  11. Andreas Kallle
    The problem lies in Mr. Kalle that these burning electric toy companions can no longer be extinguished once they have lung! It looks different for sockets and herds! In addition, I have not read a report on burning sockets and herds in the site for 30 years?! Reports about burning green world rescuers are almost weekly ..

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  12. battery
    It would be good to know which battery burned ? Brand goods or a newly stocked ! I only charge batteries during my presence !

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  13. Rene Mahler
    “I only charge batteries during my presence !“This also includes the time in which you sleep? Park and load your car in an in -house garage? Then I wish you a good night ..

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