27 Wildfires Effects

Wildfires Effects

Posted on August 3, 2010 by team


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We have already devoted some posts to wildfires demolishing Russia. Today, let us show some wildfires effects.


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27 Responses to “Wildfires Effects”

  1. Mos_Ilie says:

    1-st again ?
    Combo !

  2. Geoff Kovalo says:

    Tough and loyal dog! haha jk

  3. 2a2o says:

    makes me feel like enviroment from S.T.A.L.K.E.R game series

  4. grecocypriot says:

    Thats the whole idea Kirov…. to built new Houses. Thats why they where put intentionally like they did in Greece.

  5. are you kidding says:

    To bad all of that wealth is focused around Moscow and now it can be used to rebuild depending on the present government and backroom deals .

  6. Iwanow says:

    Looks like after nuke attack…

  7. Rainer says:

    poor people in russia,
    i don´t believe the government will help !!!

    • eger_666 says:

      Actually, the goverment gave 70 million rubles to each burned places like that.

      • Kirov says:

        Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha !!! And you believe that… a few people got 500 dollars each. They had nothing left. What can you do with that ?

  8. Wraith says:

    If it wasn’t for the street signs in Cryllic, those photos could be in any of a number of places in the Australia during the summer.

    Many houses burn down because the heat of the fire front causes curtains, carpets, and furniture inside the house to start burning, and not from the fire itself.

  9. silvertwinz says:

    why in the heck don’t people know to not flick their used cigarette butt out of the car/train/bus windows?

    i swear, be responsible and not mudak. most of these fires are started through carelessness.

    • kelly says:

      Yes! Once I was traveling by bus from Chisinau to Balabanovka (outside Odesa) by bus when we stopped for the border check. Not even five minutes went by before someone started a fire with their cigarette by the side of the road.

  10. mukmika says:

    Unusual to see trees untouched and houses, crops etc. reduced to ashes. Forest regenerates, but not homes and unfortunate people who died.

  11. OMG… bad fire

    Soendoro Soetanto

  12. bozha727 says:

    I`m so sad because of these fires in mother Russia!

  13. Unknown says:

    I hope they’ll able to stop the fires. I really do. No one (even me) deserves something like this.

    (No. I don’t live in Russia.)

  14. tomas says:

    Finally proper training for nuclear war aftermath, and Russia failed in ensuring aid for citizens, as usually.

    • Wraith says:

      That is not a bad idea but the firefronts can get so hot metals have been known to melt. I’ve seen areas where fires have passed through. Houses with brushwood fencing burnt down because the brushwood caught alight like a match and this heat caused window glass to shatter and the heat and flame were then able to get inside the house.

      The houses that were protected and survived had metal panel fencing. The outer painted or powder coat layers were burnt off but the metal was able to hold the heat and flame back far enough for the house to survive.

      There’s story about the fires that went through southern Sydney in the 1990s. There was a street that ran along a park boundary and the residents allowed the bush to grow to their back decks. One resident had a rock retaining wall and a metal panel fence on top that. For years he had his neighbours complaining and the council threatening legal action over this “eye-sore” that was not in keeping with the neighbourhood. After the fires, his house was not only standing but was fully intact. His neighbours’ houses and every other house in the street burnt to the ground.

      And last summer a farmer is facing legal action from the local council because he cleared and area 100 metres around his house and thus broke environmental regulations created by the greenies. The house and the family survived. Other properties who followed the environmental regulations burnt to the ground, along with the owners.

  15. Boritz says:

    Note to self: Metal roofs survive fire. Next time build whole of house from this.

  16. Andrasone-HUN says:

    ingatlan maffia vagy spekuláció, piromániás barmok, a sok cigarettázó idióta valamelyike, vagy lehet nem is tudják mi az a tűzgyújtási tilalom…

  17. Gaby says:

    the ceramic dog was put there deliberately for dramatic purposes, where it is placed doesn’t make any sense at all

  18. Kirov says:

    That’s the only good thing – the old ug.ly junk is finally gone. Now there can be a fresh start!

    But despite the promises, I do not think the state will donate lots of money. People can consider themselves lucky if they get usd 1500 – saw an old babush.ka on TV, she got 500 usd. She only owned the dress she was wearing.

  19. Kirov says:

    That’s the only good thing – the old ug.ly stuff is finally gone. Now there can be a fresh start!

    But despite the promises, I do not think the state will donate lots of money. People can consider themselves lucky if they get usd 1500 – saw an old babush.ka on TV, she got 500 usd. She only owned the dress she was wearing.

  20. Kirov says:

    That’s the only good thing – the old ug.ly stuff is finally gone. Now there can be a fresh start!

  21. Kirov says:

    But despite the promises, I do not think the sta. te will give lots of money. People can consider themselves lucky if they get usd 1500 – saw an old babush.ka on TV, she got 500 usd. She only owned the dress she was wearing.

  22. Kirov says:

    But despite the talk, I do not think the sta. te will give serious money. People are lucky if they get 1500 dollars – saw an old lady on the news, she got 500 dollars. She only had the dress she was wearing.

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