Fire in the Migrants' Hotel in Moscow: 200 People Evacuated
A fire broke out in a hotel where immigrants were staying in Moscow, the capital of Russia. As the flames continued in the fire, 200 people staying in the hotel were evacuated.
A fire broke out in the Hotel Hot Sheremetyovo, near the Solnechnogorsk region of Moscow, the capital of Russia.
A large number of firefighters and first aid teams were sent to the hotel where the fire broke out. Authorities reported that 200 people staying at the hotel were evacuated and the fire was brought under control in a short time.
In a written statement from the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia, it was reported that the fire started due to the repair made in the pipe of the fuel tanker in the basement of the building and the leak caused by the pipes not being connected well.
The Moscow District Prosecutor's Office and the Investigative Committee of Russia launched an investigation into the fire, which was brought under control.