Areas affected by the confinement CIVIL PROTECTION Bombers from the Generalitat have lifted the confinement in the area outside the industrial estate after detecting an improvement in air quality The origin of the fire is unknown, which has burned 80% of the bags of sulfur that were in the plant The fire has left two injured, one in a minor condition transferred to the Joan XXIII Hospital and the other has been discharged ‘in situ’ The deputy inspector of the Generalitat Fire Department, Carmel Expósito, explained that the fire in the Azufrera y Fertilizadores Pallarès plant (Afepasa) in the Constantí industrial estate (Tarragona), in statements to the press on Monday, November 7, together with the Government delegate in Tarragona, Àngel Xifre, and the person in charge of Civil Protection in Tarragona, Joan Ramón Hair. Expósito has said that there are no longer any flames and that the contents of the ship are being reviewed, although he has pointed out that 80% of the bags of sulfur have been burned, and that currently the situation is one of surveillance and control. For the moment, The origin of the fire is unknown, although there has been a deflagration that has caused a fire on the deck and some of the incandescent material has leaked onto the sulfur bags. of the air is now able to limit the area outside the Polígon de #ConstantíS’aixeca for both the confinement to the Reus airport and the area between it, the TV-7211 and the C-14— Civil Protection (@emergenciescat) November 7, 2022 After considering the fire stabilized, the Generalitat Firefighters have lifted the confinement in the area outside the Constantí industrial estate, as well as at the Reus Airport, which has remained confined throughout the afternoon . A change of direction in the wind has forced the confinement notice to be extended At six this afternoon, Civil Protection considered the incident that has activated the chemical emergency plan of Tarragona (Plaseqta) practically controlled due to a fire in a plant of sulfur in the Constantí industrial estate. However, a change in the direction of the wind has forced the confinement notice to be extended to part of the municipality of Reus and also to divert a Ryanair flight from Dublin that was due to land at eight tonight at Reus Airport. The Servei d’Emergències Mèdiques (SEM) has treated two people affected by the fire. One has been transferred in less serious condition to the Joan XXIII Hospital in Tarragona, while the other has been discharged ‘in situ’.