The inhabitants of the village Pugachevo returned home

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Kuznetsovite in fotosensibile emergency situations Ministry extinguish the fire on the territory of the former military Arsenal in the village of Pugachevo in Udmurtia. 17 may 2018The inhabitants of the village Pugachevo returned home© RIA Novosti / Sergey Kuznetsovite the image Bank

The inhabitants of the village Pugachevo in Udmurtia, which were evacuated because of the fire and claps from explosions of projectiles at a former military Arsenal, returned to their homes, access to the military camp opened, according to the website GUMCHS of Russia in the Republic.

«Residents of the military town back to their apartments. Threat to the life and health of citizens is not. Access to the military camp opened. Organized the work of the commissions administration Malopurginskogo district assessment of damages in the event of an accident», — is spoken in the message.

It is noted that, on 18 may, work continues on pouring the territory of the former military unit near the village of Pugachevo. Pouring is done by the aviation Ministry. As of 10 am (9.00 GMT) aboard a be-200 made 3 discharge of water (24 tons), Mi-8 made the 10 water discharge (50 tons).

On Wednesday afternoon on the territory of former military unit in Pugachevo ignited dry vegetation. The area of the fire reached 300 acres by Wednesday evening continued to explode ammunition. Rescuers in Udmurtia profit air rescue forces of the Siberian regional center of EMERCOM of Russia. On Thursday, the experts continued the fire, reported about the elimination of open burning and localization of the fire at 300 acres.

In Pugachevo is a former military Arsenal, where in 2011 there was a major fire that triggered the detonation of ammunition. Then when extinguishing the fire killed the soldier, 100 people sought medical assistance out of the danger zone have been evacuated more than 28 thousand people. Military unit in Pugachevo was disbanded after a major fire.

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