8 Falling House Of Vladivostok

Falling House Of Vladivostok

If you stay in Vladivostok be ready that your house can be destroyed at any time. This one you see in the picture was built in 1950 and never reconstructed since then. According to official sources,
one part of the dwelling couldn't survive repairs and fell down. In the meantime, the accident was impartially viewed by other inhabitants of the place from adjacent block of flats.
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8 News From Russian Roads, Part 38

News From Russian Roads, Part 38

Seeing such a policeman at work drivers
are hurrying up to decrease their speed.
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9 The Power Of Methane

The Power Of Methane

3 garages reduced to dust, 5 others deprived of their metal doors, 3 demolished cars, 2 other cars damaged badly - the list is long enough.
According to the conclusion made during three consecutive expertises this accident was caused by accumulation of methane in the basement...
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11 A Plane Crash In Karelia

A Plane Crash In Karelia

The Tu-134 crash near Petrozavodsk in north-west Russia was reported on June 21, 2011 by an eyewitness from a village nearby. The
plane flew from Moscow to the northern city of Petrozavodsk. 44 people out of those 52 aboard couldn't survive in the crash.
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5 The Final Destination

The Final Destination

People are always in a hurry and no one
wants to wait or give way to others.
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8 Brakes Failed…

Brakes Failed…

Emergency in the port of Odessa, Ukraine. The brakes of the Rhl Fidelitas failed and it crashed
into the coastal ship and shore proper. More pictures of the accident after the jump.
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3 Years After The Biggest Catastrophe…

Years After The Biggest Catastrophe…

The accident in Chernobyl is considered to be the biggest tragedy in nuclear power stations and one of the two accidents that reached the highest level of The International Nuclear Event Scale ( the
second is the Fukushima accident ). This scale has 7 levels allowing to value a damage degree. On the following pictures we can see how the disaster changed or destroyed people's lives.
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17 Graffiti In The Dead Town

Graffiti In The Dead Town

25 years ago the Ukrainian city Pripyat was abandoned after probably the biggest accident in nuclear
power stations history of all times. But the city continues its existence in other forms...
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21 Coming Back to Chernobyl

Coming Back to Chernobyl

As you probably know, the Chernobyl NPP is surrounded by a 30-kilometer exclusion zone. To enter it you must have
a special permission. But do you actually want it? If you do, see how to enter there after the jump.
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17 News From Russian Roads, Part 29

News From Russian Roads, Part 29

Guys playing against
traffic police - would you
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