Three floors of St. Petersburg University collapse
The Russian Emergency Ministry reported Saturday that people are still trapped in the St. Petersburg University building after the second to the fifth floors collapsed and 80 people were evacuated. Twenty-four rescue unit teams are digging under the debris in case more people are trapped there. The building housed St. Petersburg University of Low Temperatures and Food Technology.
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MADE IN RUSSIA LOL
Sorry for the loss of life. And that they cannot sue the builder in Russia.
Must have been a bit more than food technology stored there!
It must have been a very old building. Too bad for those hurt or killed. My condolences. After all these people are not our enemies. We have more than 500000 Russians in Israel. who knows if some could be relatives of theirs.