Repairs of a pavilion’s roof at the All-Russian Exhibition Center in Moscow led to explosion of bottled gas and terrible fire. Fortunately, workers managed to leave the place in time.
I hope noone was hurt in the fire
Firemen work hard.
I’m interested in fire brigades around the world so I wonder: do Russian ones ever manage to save any buildings? From what I’ve seen so far they seem to be quite helpless if they even let helicopters drop water bombs destroying whatever is left of the structure of burnt down buildings…
And WHAT, have you seen?!!
This is the most helpless and irrelevant trolling disguised as a comment. It is usually considered as a success to isolate fire from the next standing buildings with no human victims….
This is horrible, but I’m glad to hear the workers escaped unharmed.
I used to be with a volunteer brigade. Our motto: WE NEVER LOST A BASEMENT
poor horse… lol
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