In Britain, a 400-year-old hotel, where refugees from Ukraine lived, caught fire (photo)
More than 30 people were evacuated from the hotel.
In the British city of Midhurst, a large-scale fire broke out in a hotel where refugees from Ukraine lived.
The fire engulfed the 400-year-old building around 2 am on March 16.
According to the Mirror, according to preliminary data, there were no casualties.
About 70 rescuers and 14 fire trucks were involved in extinguishing the flames.
Footage from the scene shows that the flames spread to the Angel Hotel from the roof of another historic building on Severnaya Street.
More than 30 people were evacuated from the hotel, including refugees from Ukraine.
Journalist Hilton Holloway talked to one Ukrainian woman who was evacuated and noted, but she is doing well and she looked calm.
The cause of the fire is still unknown.
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