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Heavy Fire in Vladivostok

Posted on August 1, 2007 by


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This incident took place in Vladivostok at 21st of July. The most interesting in this story is that the covering of this building, called Atlantis, was made from the usual foam plastic. Fortunately, the building has not been inhabited yet so there are no victims.

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16 Responses to “Heavy Fire in Vladivostok”

  1. Gonzo says:

    At first sight I expected that they would simply let it burn down and clean up the ashes after a week :)

  2. Shizo says:

    Too bad, it looks like a nicely designed building. I wonder if they can just repair the damage or they have to destroy it?

  3. Delicious says:

    That’s what you get for not using panelky!

  4. inspector johnson says:

    the fourth little piggy made his house out of foam

  5. illlich says:

    they just don’t build death-traps like they used to.

    • 3apa3a says:

      Amerikan,

      Have you ever bough an aparment in ur country…you want to tell me that you dont have to do construction after bying an apartment in America. Please give me a break. And 20k is a good price for fixing up a one bedroom apartment. trust me on that one…

  6. Richard S. says:

    I hope the builders have insurance

  7. anticom says:

    Hey Richard S

    Of course the builders don’t have insurance. Russia is building itself on the principle of screwing the little folk.
    So the building burns: the guys who put up their hard-earned money to buy into this condiminium get burned.
    Meanwhile, the builders go on to start work on another death-trap.
    And don’t even think about suing: the court decision goes to the guys who can pay most to the judge. And who might that be? The building company or the guy who’s just lost his investment?

  8. Wout says:

    Well, I’m glad no one got hurt..

  9. Igor says:

    You are right. So good it burned before been inhabited.

  10. Im glad to hear that no one has got hurt there?

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