Accidents on October 14, 2020

15 October 2020, Thursday

Accidents on October 14:

Fire departments of SFS of Russia EMERCOM on RT had departures on alarms 69 times. Firefighters of the Republic eliminated 14 fires: residential sector - 4 fires, industrial buildings – 1 fire, other objects - 9 fires. Unfortunately, 1 person died.                                 

The causes of fires were: violation of the rules for the device and operation of electrical equipment - 2 fires, careless handling of fire - 11 fires, arson - 1 fire.

Units of VFP departed on firefighting – 7 times.

SRS of EMERCOM of RT and VRSRS of Russian EMERCOM departed 5 times. Preventive work – 12 times.

The main Department of EMERCOM of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Tatarstan warns:

- do not abuse alcohol, never smoke in bed!

- do not leave children unattended, teach them basic safety rules;

- never use faulty wiring, do not overload the power grid, be careful when using electric heaters;

- do not leave the included electrical and gas appliances unattended.

The main Department of EMERCOM of Russia in the Republic of Tatarstan appeals to residents not to leave children unattended.

- It is especially dangerous to leave children alone in locked apartments or rooms. In case of a fire they can't get out of a burning building out.

- Remember: the duty of every adult is to stop playing with fire, to explain to children it’s danger.

- Take care of the safety of your children, explain them that in case of a fire you need to leave the room immediately, and then call the emergency number "112".

As for the fire, you are an example for your children.

Remember: fire does not occur by itself. His reason are human negligence and carelessness in handling fire. In a state of alcoholic intoxication, a person loses control over himself and his actions, and even can not bear any responsibility for the life of another person.

"Helpline" of EMERCOM of Russia on RT: 8 (843) 288-46-96

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