Karma, she is able to catch up and strike! This time she overtook the Russians in the Kerch incident: on one of the oldest shipbuilding enterprises of the Russian Federation “Admiralty shipyards” on fire the unfinished icebreaker “Viktor Chernomyrdin”.
It’s symbolic burning Russian ship, and not what aby, and the icebreaker with the name of Chernomyrdin, which is closely linked to the relations of Russia and Ukraine.
The fire broke out at three of the five decks of the ship, Russian media reported.
It is noted that the fire injured two people, including a worker of the shipyard. According to the Russian boys, the message about the fire was received at 19:00.
First, the fire was assigned the second level of complexity, but then the difficulty increased to the third level. According to preliminary data, in the result of the process the failure occurred in the electrical short circuit that could cause the smoke.
The fire on the icebreaker “Viktor Chernomyrdin” was filmed:
It should be noted that the construction of the icebreaker was started in 2012. Russia boasted that the ship will be the most powerful in the world neutomim icebreaker.
However, during construction estimate increased to 11 billion rubles due to the lack of funds the construction of an icebreaker stopped.
Earlier, Russia announced plans to build the icebreaker until the end of December 2018 and send it to the test in March and April 2019.
We will remind, in Russia in the Ryazan region from-for break of the main gas pipeline occurred on a massive explosion. At the scene began a strong fire.
As reported by the portal Znayu six children and two adults died in a fire in a private house in the Kuzbass.
Also Znayu wrote in Russia was a fire in the tank farm: there are victims and missing persons
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.