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Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video

Anna PaskevychNews
The fire area reached 2 thousand square meters

On the morning of November 10, a massive fire broke out in warehouses in the Russian suburbs of Moscow. A high column of black smoke rose into the sky.

According to Russian media, the fire engulfed a warehouse in the Eastern Industrial Zone in the Leninsky District of the Moscow Region. Eyewitnesses are posting videos of the incident on social media (to watch, scroll to the end of the news).

"I don't understand what this is at all. It's either a fire or a tornado because a huge cloud stretched across the entire Leninsky urban district," one Russian woman said in her video.

According to the Russian Emergencies Ministry, the fire area reached 2,000 square meters, with 90 firefighters and 29 pieces of equipment sent to extinguish the fire.

"A warehouse of 2,000 square meters in the Leninsky urban district is on fire. Fire and rescue units are working at the scene," they said as of 6:48 am.

Preliminarily, there are no casualties, the agency said.

As of 7:28 a.m., the Russian Emergencies Ministry said the fire was localized. At 8:09 a.m. it reported that "open burning has been eliminated."

Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video
Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video
Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video
Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video
Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video
Powerful fire breaks out in Moscow region, with black smoke billowing from warehouses. Video

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