Chernobyl zone covered a large-scale fire, the elimination of the connected aircraft because of high radiation
“On April 4 at 13:22 in gschs reported that in the exclusion Zone and unconditional (mandatory) resettlement near Vladimirovka village Kotovskogo forestry emerged crown fire in the area of 20 ha. At 14:30 and 14:53 two aircraft an-32P SSES flew from Nizhyn to extinguish a fire in the exclusion Zone and unconditional (mandatory) resettlement. 15:33 of the fire flew a helicopter SSES MI-8”, – stated in the message.
Clarifies that just to eliminate the fire involved 90 firefighters and 18 pieces of equipment. Aviation works.
“Fire fighting is complicated by high background radiation in some parts of the burning. The threat to the settlements”, – underlined in the message.
Before that, we wrote that pictures of the huge radar station in Chernobyl in a white shroud cause fear and delight. Pictures of the spectacle were published by the activist Yar Emelianenko.
“A potential UNESCO world heritage site – a huge radar DUGA-1 in the mists of Chernobyl”, – signed photo of the author of the post.
It should be noted the radar “Duga”, which impresses with its size and which is captured in the photo above Emelianenko – a Soviet radar system for early detection of launches of Intercontinental ballistic missiles.