The fire seized the cigarette kiosk, located in Kyiv near the metro station “Forest”.
The fire destroyed and the MAF, and despite the conscientious and efficient work of rescuers, almost all of the property within the outlets. According to the kiosk owner, the property was not insured.
Rescuers assume that the cause of the fire was faulty wiring. The fire was extinguished fairly quickly – about 10 minutes.
Fortunately, the victims of the fire.
As previously reported, in the Indian city of Delhi hotel Arpit Palace, a fire occurred, which killed 17 people.
According to media reports, the fire started in the morning. Several guests suffered burns, was hospitalized in critical condition. Rescuers are not yet ready to name the exact number of victims. According to various sources, the building was evacuated from 25 to 35 people.
Earlier edition of India Today reported that the fire killed eight people — six men and a woman with a child. According to the latest data, their number amounted to 17 people. Among victims one woman and child who tried to escape from the fire, jumping out the window.
According to fire chief new Delhi Mr. Atul Gargi, the death toll could rise.
The cause of the fire is established. Previously, the fire could begin from-for short circuit.
We also wrote that the temple of the Holy Martyr Elias of the former UOC-MP in the village Green Yar of the Nikolaev area burned. The hooligans broke the window and threw the Molotov cocktail.
As reported by the Union of Orthodox journalists before the arson criminals off the power supply, causing alarm system and video camera didn’t work.
In the temple were smashed Windows, burned curtains and damaged two mats on the floor, the walls were covered with soot, icons, and towels on icons blackened by burning. Also vandals tried to pull out of the ground a wooden cross standing at the entrance to the Church.
We will remind that the fire has blocked family with a small child in the apartment: awful details.
As reported Politeka in Kiev is a fire emergency, people trapped: firefighters didn’t have enough length of steps.