Because of the threat of fires SSES required to close to Odessa medical University, market “Privoz” and housing estate “rainbow”

Из-за угрозы пожаров ГСЧС потребовала закрыть в Одессе медуниверситет, рынок "Привоз" и жилмассив "Радужный"

Main Department of civil service on emergency situations in Odessa region in late November and early December 2019 filed in the District administrative court of Odessa claims with the requirement to partially or completely cease operation of the market “Privoz”, a number of houses the residential area “Raduzhny” and all of the buildings of Odessa national medical University.

According to the court ruling of 27 November, published in the Unified registry of court decisions, the claim of the SSES to the medical University, the judge will consider on December 19.

The Agency needs to apply to the educational institution measures of the government response in the form of complete stopping of operation of the buildings, off of buildings from electricity and restrict access to them – with the exception of works on elimination of the specified in the inspection deficiencies.

In addition, SES has filed a lawsuit against OOO “Trading house “the Supply”, which asks to stop the exploitation of the territory, buildings and constructions of “Privoz” market, while not eliminated the violations mentioned in the inspection reports. The court has not yet appointed meetings on the matter, but opened court proceedings.

In the court ruling of 29 November stated that the civil service has also filed a lawsuit against OOO “Housing-municipal service” with the requirement to partially stop the operation of the houses of the residential area “Raduzhny”. In particular, the Agency asks the court to restrict access to the houses №1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7a, 7b, 7C, 8, 9/1, 10A, 10B, 10B, 11, 11/1 and 11/2 and disconnect them from power up to making all specified in the act comments.

This lawsuit preparatory meeting scheduled for 12 December.

According to the court, in the market and the “Rainbow” firefighters carried out an inspection in August, at the University in November.

In all three claims of the SSES indicates that fully or partially the operation of you need to stop to “eliminate violations of requirements of legislation in the sphere of technogenic and fire safety, which affect the risk of an emergency, accident or fire and may result in a threat to the life and health of people”.

In recent years in Odessa there were a number of fires that led to fatalities. In particular, 15 September 2017 in children’s camp “Victoria” in the street Dacha Kovalevsky, a fire broke out, which killed three girls.

The evening of 10 June 2019 was burning in Odessa psychiatric hospital. Six people were killed, including a nurse clinic. In the night of August 17 there was a fire in the hotel “Tokyo Star”.

On the morning of 4 December, a fire broke out on the third floor of a six storey building in Odessa on the street Trinity, 25. The fire was localized around 14.20. The building houses the Odessa College of Economics, law and hotel and restaurant business, the Institute of marine biology, NAS of Ukraine, Odessa branch of the Institute of archaeology of NAS of Ukraine and a number of other institutions.

The mayor of Odessa Gennady Trukhanov declared that in building on the Trinity had no heating, so they could use electric heaters. However, the Director of College Love Poker reported that the heating in the building was connected two weeks ago, so to turn on the heaters was not necessary. Law enforcement officials believe that the fire could happen because of faulty wiring or arson.

The government set up a Commission, which has until 20 December to report on the results of investigation of causes of the fire. The investigators found two suspects in the case.

Were injured in the fire, 31 people, currently found the bodies of seven victims, the fate of 10 neizvesno. On the evening of 7 December, without leaving a coma, died in hospital rescue Sergei Shatokhin, who fell from a height during the evacuation of College students.

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