The occupiers are on fire again: a three-level tug “Adler” broke out in Moscow
Every day in Russia, a new fire. This time, the three-level tug “Adler” caught fire. A strong flame could be seen from afar.
The fire occurred on the morning of January 12 in front of the Northern River Station in Moscow. This was reported by Russian media, writes Channel 24 .
What is known about the fire in tow
The fire occurred in the engine room of the Adler tugboat. The cause of the fire is yet to be announced. However, the Russians have traditionally said that there were no casualties.
Meanwhile, a video from the scene of the fire has been circulated online. According to Russian media, the fire was extinguished on an area of 25 square meters.
Briefly about extreme fires in Russia
- On Wednesday, January 11, a large-scale fire broke out in the capital of Russia. Local residents said that a huge column of black smoke rose into the sky. Probably, at the vessel with diesel fuel, someone again unsuccessfully smoked. Six vehicles burned to the ground.
- The day before, on January 9, in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, fire engulfed the upper part of the business center building – the flames spread from the roof to the 3rd floor. The stairs collapsed inside. According to preliminary information, no one was injured in the fire. 30 people were evacuated from the building.
- Meanwhile, in Bratsk, an unknown man threw a Molotov cocktail through the window of the military registration and enlistment office. The fire damaged offices on the first and second floors.