Fresh reports claim that over 230 expensive vintage motorcycles and cars were recently destroyed by a fire incident at Europe’s popular Austria Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum. This heartbreaking incident reportedly occurred during the early morning hours of Monday 18th of January 2021. The only good part of the incident is the fact that the only person that was inside the building when the fire broke out was able to escape safely.
A recent fire incident reportedly destroyed more than 230 vintage cars and bikes at the popular Austria museum in Europe
According to media reports, the museum has been closed from official operations ever since the COVID-19 outbreak and this is the reason why only one staff was inside the building when the fire broke out. The reports also confirmed that firefighters reached the burning building around 4:00 am on the day of the incident and were able to put out the fire after a while. Unfortunately, so many precious vintage motorcycles and few cars had been destroyed already before they could quench the raging fire.
A raging fire destroyed so many vintage bikes and cars at Europe’s most popular motorcycle museum
Several European media sources claim that the popular museum contained numerous historically important motorcycle models like the Moto Guzzis, Triumphs, Ducatis, Harley-Davidsons and many others. Also, some of the gorgeous classic cars confirmed to be in the museum before the fire incident include a 1988 Porsche 959, 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza, 1954 Messerschmitt KR175 and a host of others.
Below is a press report video showing the moment when firefighters were struggling to put out the fire that engulfed the popular vintage motorcycle museum.
MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM DESTROYED | Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum Lost to Fire