The fire broke out in the sauna room of a two-story hotel in Novosibirsk. At that moment, there were 11 people in the building. A woman died as a result of the fire, reports TASS on November 28 with a link to the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Novosibirsk region.
“At 08:13 (04:13 Moscow time) fire and rescue units went to the fire reports, [горела] private two-storey hotel in the basement. Upon arrival at the place of call there was dense smoke. According to operational information, it is known that 11 people were inside the building at the time of the fire, ”the Ministry of Emergency Situations said.
Six people were able to evacuate on their own. Four people were saved. “A woman with no signs of life was also evacuated to the air,” the press service added.
The hearth of the fire was in the steam room, it was liquidated on an area of 20 sq. meters.
At present, interrogators of the Ministry of Emergency Situations and employees of the Investigative Committee are working at the scene to establish the causes of the fire.
According to Anastasia Kuleshova, Senior Assistant to the Head of the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Novosibirsk Region for Interaction with the Media, a pre-investigation check has been organized into the incident.
According to TASS, Anastasia Kuleshova, senior assistant to the head of the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Novosibirsk Region, for interaction with the media, is undergoing a pre-investigation check on the incident. The deceased was born in 1994; at the time of the fire, she was presumably on the second floor of the building, but decided to go down to the steam room to help those who were there. According to preliminary data, she suffocated.
On November 27, rescuers extinguished a fire in a metal hangar in Moscow. Information about the fire was received at 22:31, the area of the fire was 200 square meters. m. At 23:22 the fire was extinguished. No casualties were reported.