In the village of Oktyabrsky Frunze district of Yaroslavl happened partial collapse of the facade of a house. The result of the conflict was damaged a gas pipe - emergency service performed emergency repair work.
At 8:55 in operational duty shift control Centre in crisis situations of the Main Department of EMERCOM of Russia in Yaroslavl region received the news that collapsed part of the wall of a residential building in the village of Oktyabrsky in the Frunze district of the city. The result was a damaged gas pipe. the place instantly moved 2 cars MOE and six rescuers.
It was discovered that the collapsed part of the decorative wall covering, and specific threats to the inhabitants of the building the incident shall not be. And yet, gas pipe actually turned out to be flawed. At the scene conducted emergency rehabilitation work brigade "Alascensis", reports the press service of the Main Department of the emergencies Ministry in the Yaroslavl region. Fire hazard no. And it was known that from falling masonry, no one was hurt.
On the causes of the accident are not yet described, and whether an investigation of the incident - damage to the building, apparently caused only cosmetic, and the functionality of the gas equipment will be upgraded in the foreseeable future. And yet, this case has attracted increased attention, as it is already 3 per week.
The most similar resonant case was the overnight collapse of the supporting structures of the airborne barracks in Omsk. The number of people killed, according to fresh reports, has reached 23 people. Upon a collapse of military investigators opened a criminal case under article "Negligence".
In Perm on the night of July 11, the collapsed facade of a residential building. The five-story building was almost completely destroyed by the corner entrance. Then were killed 2 people. The investigative Committee of the region brought criminal case. The police seized the documents of the management firm, as well as companies. relieving premises on the first floor of the house.
sections: Accidents, Region News