In Volgograd will completely demolish a residential building, one of the entrances which collapsed as a result of a gas explosion may 16, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday, may 17, the Governor of the Volgograd region Andrei Bocharov.
Experts initially declared unfit for habitation only the third and fourth entrances, but by Wednesday evening the authorities decided to demolish the second part of the house, said the head of the region. Bocharov said that the rush with the demolition will not, because you must first wait for the completion of the work of investigators.
“Tomorrow we’ll know the deadline when we can start to investigate the building. Haste will not be”, — said the Governor. According to him, the authorities will prepare a special transport and storage facilities for transporting and placing things the residents of the house.
“We prepare the people who will help people to pack, carry, bring, unload,” — said Bocharov.
According to TASS, left without a roof over their head tenants located in the building of school №106, and in one of the hotels of Volgograd. Residents of the first and second entrances, the authorities were given the opportunity to return to their apartments along with police and lifeguards, to pick up necessities, money and documents. The entrance to the third and fourth entrances of the house are prohibited because of the threat of collapse.
Explosion of household gas in a four-apartment house on University Avenue in Volgograd occurred on Tuesday afternoon, may 16. Four people were killed, their identity is established. According to TASS, with no shelter, there are 97 residents of 45 apartments. The Governor called the perpetrators of the explosion the workers who attempted to illegally connect to the conduit.
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In fact the incident Investigative Committee opened a criminal case under part 3 of article 238 of the criminal code “the Execution of works or rendering services not meeting safety requirements”. Detained three people: the owner of the pavilion and his father, which commissioned the work was carried out, as well as a person hired via a free ad on one of the popular sites to perform work.