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The aftermath of the explosion at Sayano-Shushenskaya water power plant
25.08.2009 16:49
The aftermath of the explosion at Sayano-Shushenskaya water power plant

The number of casualties of the explosion at the Sayano-Shushenskaya (Khakasia Republic, Siberia) power plant reached 71 people. Two dead workers were found today. And four people who also were in the main generator hall at the moment of the catastrophe are not found still.
      The families of the casualties are shocked by the "RusHydro" company's irresponsibility. The information about the danger because of the main generator hall was partly destroyed, came on Monday, August, 17 . The power plant was stopped then but lots of people were in the main generator hall when water came and destroyed two hydro power units.
      The flooding was stopped but finding of the people alive in the main generator hall is almost impossible.


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