The Ministry of Emergency Situations has not yet confirmed the version that a gas cylinder exploded in a residential building on Levanevskogo
In Sevastopol, the consequences of the incident on Levanevsky Street are being eliminated. About the morning explosion — HERE And HERE. And if at first the comments sounded like “explosion of a gas cylinder,” then — “explosion of household gas.” So in the message of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the city of Sevastopol, they have so far refrained from stating the reasons.
At 8:35 a.m., the Main Directorate of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations for the city of Sevastopol received information about an incident on Levanevsky Street in a four-story residential apartment building. The Ministry of Emergency Situations and other emergency services quickly moved to the scene. It was determined that there was a partial collapse of the floors between the first and second floors without further ignition. Rescuers from the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations and the Sevastopol Rescue Service are dismantling the structures. Specialists from the gas service, relevant departments and agencies, and law enforcement officers are involved on site.
8 people, including 4 children, were evacuated from the entrance where several apartments were damaged. There is no damage on the ground floor of this building, where the children’s clinic is located. To ensure safety during work to inspect load-bearing structures, 40 people, including 25 children, were evacuated from the clinic.
Psychologists from the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations worked on site and provided advice to families with children. There were no deaths or injuries as a result of the incident. The reasons and circumstances will be established by the competent authoritiesthe emergency department said in a statement.
Checking the emergency situation in house No. 18 on the street. The prosecutor’s office is also looking into Levanevsky. Even preliminary conclusions have not yet been announced.
The causes and circumstances of the incident are being established. Persons living in the house were evacuated. There is currently no information about dead or injured.
During the inspection, the prosecutor’s office will assess compliance with legislation in the field of housing and communal services. The supervisory agency also took control of compliance with the rights of residents of the house. Based on the results of the inspection, if there are grounds, prosecutorial response measures will be takensays the press service of the Sevastopol prosecutor’s office.