Breakthrough of the dam near Krasnoyarsk: MES is looking for survivors at the scene – footage

Today, October 19, in the Krasnoyarsk region, near the village of Kuragino Scetinkino technology broke through the dam on the river Ceiba, killing 13 people and missing 17.

It should be noted that flooded two business blocks, which in total could be up to 80 people, but the exact number of residents is now set, reports Russian Dialogue with reference to LIFE.

In PE, seriously injured 19 people. Doctors provide them with the necessary medical care.

“A criminal case under signs of crime under part 3 St. 216 the Criminal code (violation of safety rules at conducting the works, entailed on imprudence death of two and more persons). On site works investigative team, which includes experienced forensic investigators in the investigation of particularly important cases”, – said the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.

The consequences of the tragedy eliminate more than 270 people. For operations involved in aviation Ministry.

The Governor of Krasnoyarsk region Alexander USS is sent to the scene.

In the administration Shhetinkinskijj village of Kuragino district, he said that rainwater could wash away the dam at the mine.

“It rained, apparently, one dam washed away. Then one broke through, and the rest of the chain”, – explained the representative of the administration.

All employees did not live in the dorms, and in construction trailers.

“According to updated data, there are 50 people worked in the daytime and 50 at night. That is, there were up to 100 people,” – adds the head of Kuraginsky area Vladimir Dudchenko.

As reported earlier, the Russian Dialogue, Russian emergency services reported that the number of deaths resulting from the destruction of the dam in Krasnoyarsk region has increased to 13 people.


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