Locals have claimed that explosions were heard near an airport in the Italian city of Florence.
Footage from near the site showed plumes of smoke rising from a nearby building believed to be the airport.
A local reported living near the airport posted on Twitter that he heard “various explosions” in the city’s Piaget area.
In his video, a reddish plume of smoke can be seen burning from afar.
According to the Firenze Post, several areas of the city were hit by a power outage this evening after a fire broke out in the structure of the power company.
Fire tenders were immediately called to the spot, who noticed that the vegetation in the area had caught fire.
No casualties were reported till Sunday evening.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in the country, left-leaning lawmakers and politicians called for measures to oust pro-fascist groups, a day after anti-vaccine protesters, instigated by far-right leaders, at a union office in Rome stormed.
Authorities said on Sunday that twelve protesters were either detained or arrested.
Some 10,000 protesters turned out on Saturday to express their outrage over a government-imposed requirement that employees have green passes to enter their workplaces from next Friday.
Passes certify that a person has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, has recently recovered from the virus or has tested negative within two days.
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