Around 30 people, who were evacuated from the Prague Marina apartment complex on Saturday morning, were able to return to their homes. The building had to be evacuated again due to cracking walls after tenants in the luxurious new complex, located in the Holešovice neighbourhood in Prague 7, called the emergency services; the fire brigade then evacuated the complete building. The incident took place less than two weeks after some 30 people had to leave their apartments after one of the structural supports bent and the building threatened to collapse.
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