Fire breaks out at Russian warehouse near Putin’s residence


Russia’s emergency service said on Thursday a warehouse in Odintsovo, a town to the west of Moscow between Vladimir Putin’s official residence and the Vnukovo airport, was on fire, TASS news agency reported.

It did not say how the fire had started in the warehouse, 4 miles away from Putin’s presidential residence in Novo-Ogaryovo.

As of around midnight Moscow time, the size of the fire was 21,500 square feet, TASS said citing an emergency service statement.


Russia’s emergency service said a warehouse just four miles from Putin’s presidential residence was on fire in Odintsovo, TASS news agency reported.
Reuters

The size of the blaze was around 21,500 square feet, TASS reported.
The size of the blaze was around 21,500 square feet, TASS reported.

It is unknown as of yet in what caused the fire had at the warehouse just four miles away from Putin's presidential residence.
It is unknown what caused the fire at the warehouse near Putin’s presidential residence.
AP

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Drones coming from western and southern directions were shot down near Moscow by air defense systems.



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