Sunday, 11 November 2012
Fire kills two families in Russia
A fire in a house of one of the villages of Russia's Perm region has killed seven people, including three children. The fire in the 22-apartment wooden building in the village of Sars sparked at night. The fire was raging on the area of 450 square meters. Fifty-one people were evacuated from the burning building. Two of them were hospitalized with burns of varying degrees. Rescuers found the bodies of seven people, including three children aged 8, 11 and 16. The victims were residents of several apartments, Prm.Ru reports. The fire has been extinguished, the police investigate the causes of the fire. Another fire, which also claimed several human lives, took place on November 6th in the east of Moscow, M24 said. The fire broke out in a working cabin on Luhmanovskoy Street, next to a kindergarten. The area of the fire was about 10 square meters. Two charred bodies were recovered.