On Thursday evening, May 4, a fire broke out in an administrative building in the Tsaritsyno district of Moscow, local media reported, citing the prosecutor's office. Footage of the large-scale fire was also posted on social media.
The prosecutor's office noted that the fire on Yerevanskaya Street is currently being extinguished.
In turn, the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in Moscow clarified that the fire occurred in an administrative building at 17 Yerevanskaya Street.
They added that there was no information about the victims.
Meanwhile, social media reports that the fire also affected warehouses, a tire shop, shops, and a hostel.
On April 27, a large-scale fire broke out in an elite residential complex in the center of Moscow. The roof of the Victoria Park residential complex near Kutuzovsky Avenue was on fire. The fire spread over 100 square meters.
Earlier, a large-scale fire broke out in a plastic recycling shop near the town of Lyubertsy near Moscow.
It was also reported that almost 180 buildings burned down in the Ural villages of the Russian Federation.
Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 05/05/2023