The death toll in the collapse of the house in Magnitogorsk under 18
The death toll in the collapse of one of the entrances of ten-storied panel house in Magnitogorsk increased to 18. On 2 January, according to the Agency TASS with reference to the press service of EMERCOM of Russia.
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According to representatives of EMERCOM, rescuers recovered from under the rubble the bodies of two women, men and another baby. The total number of deaths due to the collapse of the house has risen to 18. The press service added that people search continues.
NewsIn the MOE called habitable all the houses in Magnitogorsk
In a press-service of the mayoralty of Magnitogorsk reported that three of the porch of the house where the explosion occurred, unsafe for living. The authorities noted that the danger to the life of the other tenants there.
Representatives of the municipality also said that residents of several entrances of the house back for half an hour in their apartments to pick up things.
Earlier in the EMERCOM of Russia with reference to the diagnostic complex “Strela-P”, which conducted a survey of the house, reported that the apartments of all the entrances except the one in which the explosion occurred, safe for travelers and residents of several of the entrances have already returned to their apartments.
December 31, on Karl Marx street in Magnitogorsk in the ten-storied panel house an explosion occurred which collapsed one of the entrances. The investigative Committee (SK) opened a criminal case on charges of causing death by negligence.
Investigators and FSB believe that the cause of the tragedy was an explosion of household gas.