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The fire was reported on Monday after 12:30 (09:30 GMT) for reasons still unknown. Attached by a violent wind, the flames quickly expanded in this vast complex of red bricks.
"we continue the watering work (...) and the liquidation of a few fire homes. For the moment, the fire still affects 500 square meters," said Tuesday in a statement the Russian Ministry of the situations of emergency.
The Russian Investigation Committee announced the interpellation of the Director of Manufacture and Assistant, as part of an open investigation for "negligence who resulted in death".
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According to the investigators, "a number of" fire safety violations were identified and the direction of this vast complex "knew perfectly" that the premises should not have been busy.
"Inspection visits carried out in 2020 and 2021 had allowed for many violations (...) The operation of this building could not take place, even as the tenants continued to work," explained the Investigation Committee.
Flames, visible Monday of the historic center of the old Russian imperial capital, more than 10 kilometers away, devastated more than 10,000 square meters.
A firefighter who participated in relief operations was dead and three others were injured, including two in serious condition present burns on half of the body, according to the Ministry of the Emergency Situation.
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This is "the most serious fire in 19 years" in St. Petersburg, according to the local information website Fontanka.
the "Manufacture Nevski", built by an English industrialist in the nineteenth century and classified regional historical monument, has long been one of the largest textile factories of USSR and remains partly an industrial site, the rest being abandoned or rented as a commercial local .
Explosions or accidental and murderers are relatively common in Russia, due to the obsolete infrastructure or non-compliance with safety standards. In December, eleven people had perished in a fire inside a retirement home in the Ural region.
13/04/2021 14:59:52 - St. Petersburg () - © 2021 AFP
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