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Part of a residential building collapsed in Khabarovsk

Part of a residential building collapsed in Khabarovsk
Photo: khabarovskadm.ru

Part of a two-story house on Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya street, 22 in Khabarovsk collapsed. Residents did not even have time to pick up things.

First, the floor collapsed in the house, residents called rescuers. Then the brick walls began to collapse. According to City Administration EastRussia, the destruction occurred on April 9 due to the crack of the load-bearing wall.

According to the administration, in 2017-2018, the city interdepartmental commission decided to recognize the house as emergency and resettle the tenants urgently to a maneuvering fund, but they did not want to move, challenged the decision in court and remained in the emergency house.

33 people were registered in the house: ten premises were owned by citizens, six more were owned by the municipality, where people lived under a social security agreement. After the collapse of a part of the house, the housing and communal services department of the Krasnoflotsky district again invited tenants to move to a maneuvering fund. The destroyed house was disconnected from communications and all entrances were closed.

The mayor's office of Khabarovsk sent a request to the Krai government to increase the regional emergency housing resettlement program by 100 million rubles, in order to quickly provide new apartments to the residents of the house. Now check on the fact of damage to the supporting structures of the house is carried out by the regional prosecutor's office.

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