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The wall collapsed in a residential building in Ussuriysk
In Ussuriysk, on Pushkin Street, 151, the wall in the apartment collapsed. 13 people, including two children, were evacuated from the house.
In the apartment on the ground floor, where the collapse occurred, the owners did not live, however, from time to time, persons without a fixed residence appeared there. In the evening of November 16, the neighbors heard a noise and immediately called the operational services. No one was hurt, it turned out that the collapsed wall is not a bearing.
The building was cordoned off and disconnected from electricity. According to the press service of the regional administration, a thorough examination will be carried out for the house. Residents were offered housing from a maneuvering fund. New apartments will be given to them in priority order when new buildings are built for them.
The house was built in 1937 year, it was declared emergency in 2012 year. Now in a two-story 16 apartment building, 13 people live. The house is included in the emergency housing relocation program.