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Another Architecture Monument Burnt Down in Khabarovsk
5.02.2013 13:26
Another Architecture Monument Burnt Down in Khabarovsk

One more monument of architecture - a 111-year-old wooden mansion with carved shutters - has burnt down in Khabarovsk.

      The house in 88, Sheronov Street caught fire on February 3.

      At the time of arrival of the first firefighters smoke was coming from the two-storeyed wooden building and divisions of gas and smoke protective service went on reconnaissance.

      The incident did not cause any victims. However, the fire damaged office rooms on the ground and the first floors, as well as partially scorched garret overlappings in the overall area of 200 sq meters.

      46 people of staff and 12 pieces of equipment were involved to extinguish the fire. The material damage and cause of the fire is being established.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Khabarovsk Architecture Architecture Monuments   

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