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Fire at a tire warehouse in Dzerzhinsky – all the details and video

Eyewitnesses report that there is a smell of burnt plastic and rubber in the air, and it is difficult to breathe.

Behind the wheel

The morning of May 12 in the city of Dzerzhinsky, Moscow Region, was literally overshadowed by an unpleasant event. Around 9 am, a column of black poisonous smoke rose from a warehouse located in the building at 12 Sadovaya Street. According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, a large fire broke out in a warehouse with used tires.

The size of the building on fire is 18×30 meters. At some point, the fire area reached 2.5 thousand square meters. m, and the fire spread to a neighboring building. His roof caught fire over an area of ​​​​about 20 square meters. m.

*This material was created by a person who has the status of a foreign agent in the Russian Federation.

Two Ka-32 helicopters were involved in the extinguishing, and from that moment on, things went smoothly for the firefighters. Around 10 am, the first reports appeared that the column of smoke had thinned somewhat.

At the same time, eyewitnesses from several microdistricts of Dzerzhinsky reported that there was a smell of burnt plastic and rubber in the air, and it was difficult to breathe. The Ministry of Ecology stated that the concentration of harmful substances in the air was not exceeded.

Who owns the burnt tires is still unknown. Around the burned-out warehouse there are many technical services, whose workers had to be evacuated, the rest were provided with respirators. No casualties have been reported, but it is known that there were people in the tire warehouse at the time of the fire.

At noon, aviation continued to extinguish the fire, but there was practically no black smoke above the warehouse.

“Behind the wheel” can now be watched on RuTube

Source: MSK1.RU

Video: Kommersant

Photo: VK video screenshot

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