In the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district, two people died in a fire in a hostel

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Sharecompat in fotoreceptori ambulance. Archival photoIn the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district, two people died in a fire in a hostel© RIA Novosti / Alexei Sharecompat the image Bank

Two people were killed and one hospitalized as a result of a fire in a hostel in Noyabrsk (YNAD), told RIA Novosti on Friday in the regional emergency Department.

Information on a fire in a wooden apartment house came to rescue after midnight local time. The fire completely eliminated about 6 am (4.00 GMT). According to local authorities, the building is partially settled by the hostel, which in 2013 was recognized as an emergency. At the time of the incident accounted for 21 people.

«In the course of military intelligence on the second floor was discovered by a man, whom firefighters immediately transferred to the ambulance. (He) died in the ambulance… In the course of extinguishing a fire in the area of the second floor above the fire found the body of a man no signs of life, the cause of death will establish it is judicial-medical examination… Another man taken to hospital with acute carbon monoxide poisoning,» — said in the emergency Department.

According to the interlocutor of the Agency, a residential building damaged throughout the area. The specialists who investigate the causes of the incident.

The MOE also noted that the city administration has provided two buses for heating the fire victims. In the municipality of Friday’s scheduled meeting of the Commission on prevention and liquidation of emergency situations, which will address the issues related to the housing of the fire victims. According to the Agency, in maneuverable Fund still is one person, the rest from temporary housing refused, saying that he would go to the relatives and friends.

Regional investigatory management SK the Russian Federation has initiated preliminary examination in connection with the deaths of two residents of the house. To SUCK also announced the preliminary cause of fire — shorted wiring in the vestibule. Currently, the investigators examine the scene.

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