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Plane Crashed near Chelyabinsk Provokes Ecological Accident
29.02.2012 10:25
Plane Crashed near Chelyabinsk Provokes Ecological Accident

The crash of plane SU-24 from Shagolsky air base on Big Koshkul Lake in the Kurgan Region on February, 13th has caused ecological accident.
      The level of maximum permissible concentration of oil products in the lake is exceeded hundreds times.
      Kurgan ecologists demand the military unit, which owned the bomber, to take measures for prevention of ecological disaster.
      In the place of the airplane crash the ice and water are polluted with oil products. Presently remains of fragments of the plane are being gathered from water at the site of the accident.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Kurgan Region Ecology Russian Lakes   

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