Only one of the nine thousand of stopping pavilions in Moscow did not survive the storm, which struck the city on March 29. This was announced by Vice-mayor, head of the Department of transportation and development of road-transport infrastructure Maxim Liksutov, reports TASS.
According to him, the city has 11 stops, nine thousand of them have pavilions. “Only one hall did not survive the disaster, and, unfortunately, this has led to tragic consequences — a man died”, — noted Vice-the mayor.
The press service Mosgortrans reported to the Agency that the structure could not withstand the disaster, it was established in strict compliance with the existing regulations. The company promised to assist law enforcement authorities in the investigation of circumstances and causes of the incident.
Heavy rain with squally gusts of wind descended on Moscow on may 29. The victims of the disaster, according to the revised data, were 10 people in the capital and 5 in region. About 200 injured. Mayor Sergei Sobyanin promised that all the consequences of bad weather will be eliminated within two days.