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June 20, 2013 23:11


Explosions rocked the town of Chapaevsk, some 40 km from the city of Samara, after an accident at a munitions depot where some 13 million ordnances are stored. Thousands left the city while the emergencies officers worked hard to put out the fire. 

Car drivers had to find a way out of the mess but often found themselves clouded in a thick fog.

Russia has a poor record as far as munitions safety is concerned, with a string of similar cases taking place over the past several years in different regions of the country.

The Russian Post is notoriously known as a slow, inefficient and careless carrier, but here's a graphic proof of that. Watch the man unload the cargo on the railway station in Novosibirsk.




Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Russian Post     

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