Date: 4 months ago   Category: Russia

In Russia the defensive plant burns


The Russian firefighters and intelligence agencies fight against ignition at the Vector enterprise in Yekaterinburg. In Yekaterinburg the roof of the Vector plant burns. It on Wednesday, November 7, TASS with reference to the emergency services of the region reports. The fire area is unknown. The second, raised complexity rank is appropriated to the fire. Soon it became known that fire from a roof has passed into the air shaft. About 300-400 people work at the plant, evacuated them. It is noted that the Vector plant specializes in production of products of a special purpose for means of air defense. Also he makes the automated control systems, the meteorological, medical, lift equipment, the hoisting-and-transport equipment and electric equipment for the city electric transport. Earlier in Russia there was a fire in a large warehouse of the woodworking enterprise in the Leningrad Region. The fire was extinguished more than a day. Also it was reported about the fire at the oil-processing plant in Odessa region. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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