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Fire in Odesa: Some bodies identified, law enforcement officers contact relatives

Source : 112 Ukraine

The autopsy of nine bodies has already been completed
19:39, 18 August 2019
 
Some of the dead during the fire at the Odesa Tokyo Star Hotel were identified, law enforcement officers began to contact their relatives. This was reported by the 112 Ukraine correspondent.

According to her, the autopsy of nine bodies is completed, all seized samples will be examined in laboratories. Currently, seven people are in hospitals, their condition after night is stable.

The guests of the burnt hotel were accommodated in the residential building of the "Olympiyets" Lyceum and other hotels in the city center.

“Here, 18 citizens from Iran, Belgium, Lithuania, the USA, and Turkey were placed directly in the camp. People are just starting to come to their senses and remember what they saw,” the correspondent said.

Psychologists and employees of the Center for Integrated Services work with people to restore burned documents as quickly as possible.
 
 
On the night of August 17, a large-scale fire broke out at the Odesa Hotel Tokyo Star, as a result of which eight people died and ten were injured. This was reported by the press office of the State Emergency Service.

It is noted that a message about a fire in the hotel was received by the rescuers at 1:34. 13 units of equipment and 65 personnel were involved in extinguishing the fire. They managed to eliminate fire on 1,000 square meters area at 4:32. As a result of the incident, 8 people died, another 10 were injured.
On the fact of the incident, law enforcement authorities opened a criminal proceeding under Part 2 of Art. 270 (violation of fire safety requirements established by law) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
 
The owner of the hotel said he would be fully responsible for the fire in case his guilt was proved by the law enforcers. 
 
 
 
 
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