Fourteen people died on Monday after a fire broke out at a workshop for disabled people in Germany, police said.
Helicopters evacuate the injured at the scene of a fire at a workshop for handicapped people in Titisee- Neustadt, southern Germany on November 26. Fourteen people died in the fire, while more were injured
Authorities said several people were also injured in the fire, which occurred in the small town of Titisee-Neustadt in the Black Forest area of southwestern Germany.
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