Russian military tire factory on fire
The enterprise produces tires for military aircraft and vehicles.
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The fire broke on the morning of Dec. 9, around 05:00. a.m. By 10:00 a.m., firefighters said that they had contained the fire, on an area of 1,000 square meters, noting that their work is made more difficult by low temperatures and heavy smoke.
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Initially, a fire broke out in one of the shops of the tire plant. But when firefighters arrived at the scene, the fire had already engulfed a four-story building and continued to spread further.
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110 people and 33 pieces of equipment were involved in attempting to get the blaze under control.
Three people were rescued from the plant; they were not injured. No casualties have been reported.
The local prosecutor's office is already conducting an investigation and trying to establish the cause of the fire.
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