: a flooded Monoprix forced to close its doors to the public

: a flooded Monoprix forced to close its doors to the public
Nantes: a flooded Monoprix forced to close its doors to the public

By Clemence Pays
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May 2, 24 at 3:01 p.m.

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The Monoprix store, located on Allée d’Orléans, not far from Place du Cirque, found itself obliged to close its doors during the morning of Thursday May 2, 2024.

In fact, the firefighters intervened for a flood in the store, coming from private apartments located on the upper levels of the building.

“The flood affected 400m2 of the sales area and partially the two upper levels,” detailed the Departmental Fire and Rescue Service (Sdis 44).

The firefighters carried out drying out of the parts concerned and the sales area was therefore closed during the morning.

Damage on May 1

The store window also suffered damage alongside the demonstration on May 1. Several businesses in the city center suffered the same fate, arousing the anger of Johanna Rolland, the mayor.

“I condemn with the greatest firmness the damage which was committed in the city center by a few thugs,” declared the mayor of Nantes on her X account (ex-Twitter).

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