Police are preparing reports on the suspicion of violation of fire safety requirements in a burned-out building two defendants. This was during a briefing on Saturday, December 7, announced the chief of investigative management of GUNP in Odessa region Sergey Shaikhet, according to Duma.

“Yet, according to the results of the completed investigation, preparing the report about the suspicion to two persons. In no time they will be sent to the Prosecutor’s office of Odessa region and after approval is communicated by the suspect. However, this is only preliminary results. In the course of further investigation, the suspects could become more”, – said Sergey Shaikhet during the briefing.

He also noted that at the present time the investigators questioned more than 150 people assigned to more than two dozen forensic examinations. Starting from 5 December, continues the examination of the scene.

“This is the primary suspect. I think that in the course of further investigation will be announced on suspicion of several persons”, — said Sergey Shaikhet.

The names of the suspects he announced, referring to secrecy of the investigation. Just at the moment pre-judicial investigation authorities questioned on this case more than 150 people, assigned two dozen forensic examinations.

“The examination of the scene continues without interruption, investigators work in shifts — added Shaikhet. — Discovered the identity of two victims is not yet established, one without examination it is impossible to determine even the floor.”

As reported at 10:12 environment in the Odessa College of Economics, law and hotel and restaurant business on the third floor of a six storey educational building was on fire, the area of which reached 4 thousand square meters In 14:18 the same day, it was localized, but still not eliminated.

Upon a fire criminal proceedings under part 2 of article 270 (violation established by the legislation of fire safety requirements) of the Criminal code of Ukraine.

As of 13:00 on 7 December the press service of the SSES reports of five victims of the fire. 10 people are in hospital, the fate of 10 is unknown. Rescue and other urgent work continues.