Fire broke out in pressed cardboard warehouse in Tyumen 03:08

Massive fire broke out in Tyumen, significant amount of pressed cardboard caught fire, reports telegraph channel Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia for the Tyumen region.

At 21:00 local time (approximately 18:00 Moscow time), a message was received about the fire in an arch-type building on Timofey Charkov Street.

12 units of basic and special equipment, personnel of 34 units of the Russian Emergency Main Directorate in the Division region are on duty at the fire scene. The head of the Main Directorate of the Tyumen region of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, Major General Artur Khachatryan, came to the fire.

At 22:53 local time (20:53 Moscow time), open burning was eliminated.

According to preliminary data, the area of ​​​​the fire was 800 square meters. metre. No casualties were reported.

Previously, Russian President Vladimir Putin was on the list of instructions. Recommended regions to more closely monitor compliance with fire prevention measures during the summer and tourist seasons.

Heads of districts were instructed to monitor the organization of control over the fire situation and the immediate extinguishing of natural fires.



Source: Gazeta

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