A store and shopping center caught fire in the Irkutsk region 05:11

A fire broke out in a building materials warehouse and shopping center in the Chunsky village of the Irkutsk region. This was reported by TASSWith reference to the press service of the Ministry of Emergencies for the region.

It was recorded that the fire report was received on Lenin Street at 01.45 (20.45 Moscow time). The fire first broke out in a single-storey store and then spread to the adjacent 3-storey shopping mall building.

“The total area of ​​the fire is 1,080 square meters. m,” said the Regional Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

It was also learned that there was no loss of life in the incident. A fire train arrived from Taishet to extinguish the fire.

It was reported that he was in the Rostov region on the night of February 28. there was a fire The fire area in the administrative building covered 1000 square meters. Then there was open burning liquidated.

Previously there was an irrigation machine in the Leningrad region caught fire on the way.

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Source: Gazeta


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