Shell strike by the Armenian troops caused fire

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Read: 576     20:24     19 October 2020    

Armenian armed forces continue causing destructions and fires in civilian infrastructure, hitting Azerbaijani dense residential territories, civilian facilities, including private and apartment buildings, and households using heavy artillery installations and rockets.


Thus, the shell strike by the Armenian troops caused fire in a private house in Tartar district. Relevant forces of the State Fire Protection Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations involved in the scene extinguished fire and prevented it from spreading to nearby buildings.

A shell fired by the Armenian armed forces in the Dashkesan region caused a fire in the forest area. Firefighters extinguished the fire and prevented it from spreading to the surrounding area.

Note that, the Ministry of Emergency Situations operates in an enhanced mode at the moment. Please, immediately call the “112” hotline of the Ministry in case of any emergency.



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Shell strike by the Armenian troops caused fire

2020/10/1603124769-1603125443.jpg
Read: 577     20:24     19 October 2020    

Armenian armed forces continue causing destructions and fires in civilian infrastructure, hitting Azerbaijani dense residential territories, civilian facilities, including private and apartment buildings, and households using heavy artillery installations and rockets.


Thus, the shell strike by the Armenian troops caused fire in a private house in Tartar district. Relevant forces of the State Fire Protection Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations involved in the scene extinguished fire and prevented it from spreading to nearby buildings.

A shell fired by the Armenian armed forces in the Dashkesan region caused a fire in the forest area. Firefighters extinguished the fire and prevented it from spreading to the surrounding area.

Note that, the Ministry of Emergency Situations operates in an enhanced mode at the moment. Please, immediately call the “112” hotline of the Ministry in case of any emergency.



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