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A fire at an oil well in Russia: new details

Пожар на нефтяной скважине в России: новые подробностиThe Ukrainian state has deteriorated sharply

In the hospital Surgut reported that one injured in the fire at the van-Yogan field in the Nizhnevartovsk region KHMAO is a critical condition.

The condition of one of eight victims of the fire at the van-Yogan field in the Nizhnevartovsk region KHMAO is estimated as very heavy, have informed in city clinical hospital and Surgut.

The fire occurred late on Thursday. According to the energy Ministry, the area of the fire was 800 square meters, the localization of fire ended on the night of Saturday, the liquidation proceeds. The press service of the oil and gas companies said that the fire occurred during the execution of works contractor.

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Previously, all the victims were taken to Surgut from the city hospital of the city of rainbow, which is the closest large settlements to the scene. “One victim in critical condition, three in serious, they are in intensive care. The status of the other — moderate severity”, — said the Agency interlocutor.

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On Friday it was reported that all eight people are citizens of Ukraine, who work in shifts in the company “Integra-Drilling” contractor “Nizhnevartovsk oil and gas producing enterprise” developing the field. The investigative Committee opened in connection with the incident criminal case in connection with violation of requirements of labor protection. Check out also the interior Ministry, the district Prosecutor and Rostekhnadzor.

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