Two dead: the production premises of the Belarus MTZ plant caught fire in St. Petersburg (video)

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 Two dead: the production premises of the Belarus MTZ plant caught fire in St. Petersburg (video)

The fire engulfed 420 squares of the production premises where people were. The company produced tractor equipment.

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In St. Petersburg, Russia, a strong fire broke out in the production premises of the Belarus Minsk Transport Plant. A strong column of smoke rose above the shop, and the fire covered more than 420 squares. This was reported by the press service of the city department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

At the time of the fire, there were people at the factory, it is already known about two dead. Firefighters left for the scene. The fire was extinguished by seven units of fire equipment and 32 personnel. The fire was extinguished.

The company produced tractor equipment.

Fires in the Russian Federation

On the same day, a camp in Tomsk caught fire, where the mobilized were. The Center for Strategic Communications of the Armed Forces of Ukraine suggests that the fire could have been sabotage by conscripted Russians who are afraid and do not want to go to war in Ukraine.

December 31 at the Rostov NPP, a transformer on power unit No. 3 caught fire. As a result, one worker of the station died, another person had to be hospitalized.

On December 20, the media reported that the Arktika oil tanker caught fire in St. Petersburg. The fire engulfed two cabins with an area of ​​10 square meters. In social networks, they wrote that the ship was moored for repairs.