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Children died in a fire in a high-rise building in Vladivostok

Children died in a fire in a high-rise building in Vladivostok
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Children died in a fire in a high-rise building in Vladivostok. A boy of nine and a girl of four were in an apartment without adults.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Primorsky Territory, in the evening of March 2, a signal was received that an apartment on the 21st floor in a 25-storey residential building on Neibut Street was on fire. Ten people were evacuated, including four children.

According to the press service of the regional government, citing data from the Vladivostok ambulance station, at the time of the arrival of the firefighters there was no data on the victims. Two children were unconscious, in a state of clinical death. Resuscitation did not help them. According to preliminary data, the cause of death was carbon monoxide poisoning. There are no burns on the bodies. The children were reportedly alone at home, without adults.

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