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Russia: Fire incident reports in Kostroma region, claims five lives

NewsRussia: Fire incident reports in Kostroma region, claims five lives

On Sunday, January 9, 2022, A fire incident was reported at a private house in the town of Sharya in Kostroma region of Russia on the Volga River, claiming the lives of five people. As per the investigation department of the Russian Investigate Committee, the fire contained five lives in which two were children.

According to part 3 of article 109 Russian Criminal Code, the criminal proceedings have been launched, which is applied for the deaths of two or more people due to negligence. Criminal code has further informed,” When the blaze has been put down, and debris cleared, a total of five bodies was found in the private house. In the dad bodies, two were identified as it was of children around the age of five and nine”.


As per some initial reports, fire has engulfed the entire house, and the report of the incident was given at 01:05 Moscow time. Further, a total of 32 firefighters were used to control the blaze and operate the rescue operation. In these firefighters, 13 pieces of hardware were also included.

Earlier on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the FarEast region in Russia saw a massive fire incident in which one of the units of Gazprom GAZP. MM-owned Amur gas processing plant caught fire, which was put out.

However, the plant has informed that due to the fire blaze, there was no injury have discovered after another fire incident hit out the plant, the gas supply to the Amur Refinery, which was supplied the gas to China and was a vital part of the supply chain suspended in October.

The authorities of the plant further mentioned that The supply of the gas to China is going on, the volume is the same with the daily requests of the Chinese side.

It further said that there was no damage to the technological equipment of the Amur gas processing plant. Moreover, the integrity of the production and supply chain was not affected due to the incident.

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