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Source: Swiss Canton de Vaud – news in English

Friday, January 24, 2020, at 09.40 am, the Hospital staff intercantonal de la Broye in Payerne has notified the plant of the 117 that a man unknown to suspicious behavior had been sheltering in the basement of the establishment. He referred to explosives. His attitude suggested that he suffers from psychological problems.

Many of the patrols of the gendarmerie were made on the spot, including members of the group Neutralization Removal Detection of improvised explosive devices (EOD) specialists of the canine unit and the security Police of the Police cantonale vaudoise. The gendarmerie fribourgeoise has also sent out patrols.

With the efficient help of the staff of the HIP, a systematic search of the premises was conducted on several levels of the hospital. During these operations, the hospital has not been evacuated. However, access was prohibited to anyone coming from the outside. A crisis cell has been implemented to the HIB, in particular for the management of urgent events.

A search of the premises did not lead to the discovery of suspicious object. The man has the origin of this event has not yet been identified.

HIB resumed gradually its usual pace from 14: 00. The access is no longer prohibited. No person has been endangered.

This event has required the intervention of 6 men of the SDIS Broye-Vully (prevention), an ambulance from the CSU-nvb (prevention), 3 patrols of the gendarmerie fribourgeoise, 4 assistants of public safety of the city of Payerne and fifty personnel from the Police cantonale vaudoise (brigade canine, EOD, STING, police and security Police)

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