Fire accident in Russia: There has been a big case of fire in Russia. 25 people, including 3 children, have died after a fire broke out at a gas station in the southern region of Russia, Dagestan. A fire at a gas station in the southern Russian region of Dagestan killed 25 people, including three children, the Interfax news agency reported Tuesday, citing regional emergency doctors. A fire broke out at an auto repair shop along a highway in Dagestan’s capital Makhachkala on Monday night and the explosions spread to a nearby gas station, officials said.
The number of injured is increasing, the fire has spread to 600 square meters.
Footage posted online showed the one-story building engulfed in flames, Reuters TV reported. “It’s like a war here,” one witness said. The RIA news agency quoted Russian Deputy Health Minister Vladimir Fysenko as saying that the number of wounded had risen to 66, 10 of them in critical condition. Interfax quoted the Dagestan Ministry of Health as saying that 13 children were among the injured. TASS cited a statement from the Russian Emergency Service as saying that it took firefighters more than 3½ hours to extinguish the blaze, which spread over an area of 600 square meters (715 square yards).
Children are also among the dead.
According to preliminary information, the blast took place at a car service center near Globes shopping center in Makhachkala. A fire broke out at a gas station in the southern Russian region of Dagestan, the regional governor said on Tuesday, August 15. “According to the information of the Dagestan Disaster Medicine Center, 12 people were killed, 50 were injured as of 12.00 (Moscow time).” However, the death toll later rose to 25. Three children are also included in the dead.
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