Large fire at oil depot in Russia’s Bryansk, near Ukraine

Bryansk ( Web Desk)-A large fire broke out beforehand on Monday at a canvas storehouse installation in the Russian megacity of Bryansk, the extremities ministry said, adding that no one was injured.

There was no immediate suggestion that the fire was related to the war in Ukraine, although Russian officers said last week that Ukrainian copters hit domestic structures and injured seven people in the area.
In a statement, the ministry said the fire took place at an installation possessed by canvas channel company Transneft at 2 a.m. Moscow time (2300 GMT), and there had been no need to void any corridor of the megacity of people.
Russia’s investigative commission said in a separate statement that its head, Alexander Bastrykin, has ordered an inquiry into the incident. Ukrainian officers have so far made no comment on the fire and its possible cause.
Bryansk is an executive center 154 km (96 country miles) northeast of the Ukrainian border, near the Sumy and Chernihiv regions, and is about 380 km (236 country miles) distant from Moscow, the Russian capital.
Moscow calls its conduct in Ukraine, now entering its third month, a special military operation.

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