Two-storey house on fire, one deceased in Ukraine's Khmelnytsky

Source : 112 Ukraine

The body of a 62-year-old citizen of Ukraine was found during the fire extinguishing processes
12:29, 17 March 2019

State Emergency Service of Ukraine

A two-storey house caught fire in Khmelnytsky. While extinguishing the fire, the firemen found a body of 62 years old retired man, as the State emergency service reported on its website.

“On March 17, at 2:48 AM a fire station received the message that one flat of the residential house was on fire on the Starokonstiantynivska Street in Khmelnytsky city. The first floor and the roof of the house were on fire when the firemen arrived at the emergency place at 2:52 AM.  During the reconnaissance and fire extinguishing processes, the fire rescuers found a deceased 62-year-old citizen of Ukraine,” according to the report.

Related: Khmelnytskyi school in blaze (video)

By 3:21 AM the fire was eliminated, the firemen prevented the spread of fire to a large area. The cause of the fire has not been found out yet.

As we reported earlier, the police have begun to investigate the fire that occurred at the second floor of the building owned by Kyiv Pechersk Lavra.

The fire occurred in one of the buildings on the territory of Kyiv Pechersk Lavra on January 14 at 4:17 p.m.

Later, the rescuers localized it and dismantled the roof of the building to get to the site of the fire on the second floor. It was reported that the fire happened at the lab complex, where the restoration works took place. The rescuers have extinguished fire the same day about 20:00.

Related: Door of Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Moscow Patriarchate in Kryvyi Rih set on fire

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