Relief operations on site of gas explosion in Krasnodar continue. Russian Emergencies Ministry’s specialists are examining the house with Strela-P diagnostics complex.
This device is used to analyze damaged structures and buildings. Struna-P complex was developed by specialists of the All-Russian Research Institute of Civil Defense and Emergency Situations of the Russian Emergencies Ministry. The complex provides rapid processing of data during impact and seismic stability tests of the building. This equipment is also used to assess risks of building collapse and threats to the residents, as well as is instrumental in drawing up statement on further exploitation of the building.
Emergency Operations Center and task groups of the Krasnodar Territory Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry are working in cooperation with local governments and other emergency services of the city. A telephone Hotline has been deployed in the Krasnodar Territory Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
Evacuated residents are staying at the temporary shelter, deployed at Kavkaz Hotel, and at their relatives’. Psychologists are working on site. Three blocks have already been reconnected to power and heat supplies, residents returned to their flats.
452 people and 106 units of equipment, including 318 people and 61 units of equipment provided by the Russian Emergencies ministry are dealing with the accident. A UAV is also used to carry out monitoring, photo and videofixation of the site.
A gas explosion occurred on one of the flats on 5th storey of a five-storey building in the city of Krasnodar on 10 March 2018. 8 people were injured. 4 of them are staying in the hospitals of Krasnodar, including 2 children. The rest received ambulatory care.