A fire broke out in one of the Kyiv bus depots last night, Censor.NET reports citing the State Emergency Service.
The rescue workers was reported on the fire at 12:38 a.m.. They arrived at Tupolieva Street and found out that the fire started from one bus located in a repair room and then spread over other buses.
''The flame was localized at 1:43 a.m. and completely eliminated at 1:57 a.m.,'' the statement reads.
The rescuers have managed to save 22 LAZ and MAZ buses and prevent the spread of fire throughout the area.
33 rescuers and seven units of special equipment were involved in extinguishing the fire.
The fire burned down three buses and damaged three MAZ buses. No one suffered. The cause of the fire is being investigated.
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