12 Hot Smoking Sausage Or the Meat Factory On Fire

Hot Smoking Sausage Or the Meat Factory On Fire

Posted on August 9, 2011 by kulichik

A large-scale fire that broke out at the Mikoyan meat processing plant in northern Moscow spread over 2000 meters. Fortunately, it was put out and no one was injured.

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Black and dense smoke was distributing long away the factory attracting attention of drivers who stopped to take pictures of the view and formed a traffic jam.

A traffic jam next to the factory entrance.


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12 Responses to “Hot Smoking Sausage Or the Meat Factory On Fire”

  1. Gerry says:

    Seems they were making sausages so hot that they could burn up this place!

  2. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    Lead-off story on the 6 o’clock news, huh?

  3. testicules says:

    They need to break out that fire fighting tank and crash through a few walls.

  4. Arctic Tough says:

    How sad for all the employee’s working there. I wonder if they will rebuild the place. Any word on that? On a lighter note, it must have smelled GREAT over there for a while, or at least until the meat was burned too badly to smell good. Plus, the smell after the fire was put out must have lingered for weeks. Can only imagine how that must have smelled, ugh! Thanks for sharing the pics. :)

  5. SMERSH says:

    Silly firemen. You don’t throw water on a grease fire!

  6. Musa says:

    Wow, that’s a massive fire, similar to that big riot fire last night in that distribution center in England

  7. George Johnson says:

    Is this London?

  8. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Mikoyan’s meat is hard to beat! Then Mikoyan’s meat factory caught on fire, so Mikoyan grabbed his meat and beat it!

  9. pizd says:

    Notice that even during an emergency of this magnitude, the fire men watch the busty “pink girl” run past.

    (I would, too.)

  10. YJ says:

    My meat is so hot, my meat is on fire.

  11. Fire Fighter says:

    As a Firefighter in Australia, holes in hoes are nothing strange or out of place. We have holes in our feed lines and attack lines, but at the end of the day is it worth throwing out a hose for a hole.

    As long as you have enough water on the fire and can compensate for the water loss, its fine. A leak is insignificant at the pressures we are playing with.

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