Photo: screenshot In Russia caught the bus with journalists

In Russian Vladimir caught the bus with journalists who were taken to cover the verification of fire safety of shopping centres . Anybody from passengers has not suffered.

In Russia, in Vladimir region, in the bus, which was carrying journalists, there was a fire. About it reported in a press-service of the Main Department of EMERCOM of Russia in the region, writes Interfax-Ukraine.

As noted, fired up the engine compartment of the bus the GROOVE in which the journalists and the representatives of the MES were directed to verify compliance with fire safety to local shopping centers.

The incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon near the bus stop “Hotel “Zarya”.

“Journalists and the representative of the Ministry of emergency situations left today on the bus, which belonged to the Department, to verify compliance with the requirements of fire safety in shopping centres. Soon, the cabin came the smoke and then the fire in the engine compartment. The driver promptly evacuated passengers and put out the fire. None of the 12 passengers on the bus were not injured,” – said the representative of the MOE.

The journalists were provided with another bus, which they continued to RAID the shopping malls.

Recall, March 25, in Kemerovo there was a fire in the shopping center of Winter cherry. The fire started on the top floor, where the cinema halls. According to the latest figures, killed 64 people, more than half of them children. Hospitalized 15 people. There is also information about missing persons, but their number varies.

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