Details of those killed in the explosion at the pumping station in Volgograd have been revealed 17:16

Deputy Governor of the Volgograd Region Oleg Nikolaev described the condition of the victims of the explosion at a pumping station in the regional capital as stable. His words are instructive DEA News.

“The conditions of the participants in the study are initially normal,” the official said.

But he confirmed that two people could not be saved. Three people were injured.

Before that, the administration of Volgograd reported about the opening of the operational headquarters after the explosion at the station.

An explosion occurred at a sewage pumping station in Volgograd on the afternoon of July 6. Journalists, citing eyewitnesses, reported that the infrastructure facility was located in the Izobilnaya Street area.

The Mash Telegram channel reported that there is a danger of a second explosion. The Ministry of Emergency Situations said that the explosion at the sewage pumping station in the Krasnoarmeysky district may have occurred due to “the explosion of a gas-vapor-air mixture.” Investigative Committee started criminal case under an article on violation of safety rules during work.

Previously at the Pioneer mine in the Amur region stopped Rescue operation for 13 miners

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Source: Gazeta


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