Eyewitnesses tell how the fire started in Khimki 14:58

The fire at the enterprise in Khimki near Moscow started in a warehouse with mattresses. In this regard reports “Moscow 24” with reference to eyewitnesses. According to them, later the fire spread to other objects.

It was announced that the facility was rented by several companies that maintain security systems and produce furniture, tiles, etc.

On the morning of July 11, a fire broke out in a ceramic tile workshop in Khimki. According to Shot Telegram, the fire area spread to 5 thousand square meters. Emergency Situations Ministry officials reported that a helicopter was prepared to extinguish the fire from the air.

Eyewitnesses said loud explosions were heard from the burning area of ​​the workshop. An ambulance was also seen at the scene.

According to the channel, firefighters managed to remove 10 gas cylinders from the building, but 20 remained inside. The burning roof of the building partially collapsed.

More than 50 experts and 18 pieces of equipment are working at the site. No information was given about the cause of the fire and the number of deaths.

The fire was brought under control at noon. localize.

Previously reportedThe tower of the famous Rouen Cathedral in France caught fire.

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Source: Gazeta


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