All ablaze: a massive fire broke out at a factory near Moscow. Video
Russia continues to experience constant fires, with a pallet manufacturing plant in Volokolamsk, Moscow Region, now on fire.
This information was reported by the Russian media. The area of the fire is reported to be up to 6,000 square metres, having initially been 3,000 square metres.
The Russian Federation's Ministry for Civil Defence, Emergencies and Elimination of Consequences of Natural Disasters has said that rescuers are working on the scene.
Local Telegram channels have reported that the fire broke out on Yamskaya Street at the Palletrade company, with a large column of smoke visible from different parts of the city.
Firefighters are currently on-site, but no information about any victims has been received.
Preliminary data from the regional prosecutor's office suggests that the fire was caused by a short circuit.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, on 19 June, a massive fire broke out at a mechanical repair plant in Kuzminki in the capital of the Russian aggressor state, Moscow. The fire engulfed 100 square metres of the roof, and the fire was classified as the first category.