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Protective Shelter: How It Must Be And How It Is

Posted on June 18, 2012 by team

The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations has recently claimed that 1/3 of Ukrainian protective shelters are not ready for evacuation of people. In fact 95% of shelters are not ready for something… Older generations know better what is hidden behind the ground, young people luckily do not even care that under almost every yard is a protective construction that may save a human life in case of technogenic accidents. Let’s see how such a construction should look like by the example of one Kiev shelter.

Massive diesel-generator for 50kW must provide the shelter with electricity when outer power lines are destructed.

People rarely come here but nevertheless everything is in its place. Necessary stuff is carefully packed waiting for its hour.


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2 Responses to “Protective Shelter: How It Must Be And How It Is”

  1. petrohof says:

    if the end does come, you may not want to survive it anyway. what will be left?

  2. DP-5A says:

    when looking at thease kind of photos its hard to imagine that almost all of thease rooms are in total darkness, and that they only look like the lights are on because of the camera flash,

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