Google translate: The surveillance camera recorded the moment of the explosion during the presentation in the Irkutsk scientific and entertainment center "Gravitation", as a result of which eight young spectators received burns
According to the investigation, during the experiment, a flammable gas was released, which hit the gas burner and briefly ignited. This moment just fell into the camera's surveillance lens.
The children sitting in the first row received burns. Medical help was required to eight spectators. Most of all, according to the TFR, a 10-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl suffered from burns of 25 percent of the body. The boy is placed in the intensive care unit in connection with a burn shock.
The technical director of TRC "Komsomol", on the third floor of which the children's club is located, and the leading shows are detained and give evidence. A criminal case was initiated under the article "Provision of services that do not meet the security requirements, which caused by negligence causing serious harm to human health."
Head of the regional department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations Valentin Nelyubov said that at the moment of the rescue workers' appearance, the warning system in the building did not work, there was no evacuation. "
A middle-aged woman is lucky to be alive after she narrowly escaped death when she emerged from underneath a tanker truck after it ran over her and her electric bicycle on May 25, in Zhangjiagang City of east China's Jiangsu Province.
On May 29, a small car crashed into the ground while driving in a super lane, causing multiple fractures in the body. The old husband said that they were ready to go to the opposite side to pull the well water.
These dramatic photographs and video show a 292ft (89m) wind turbine catching fire as thunderstorms hit Britain.
Firefighters were called to the blaze at the top of the turbine in Doddington, Cambridgeshire, at about 8am today – and parts of it have since broken off, with debris scattered across the surrounding fields.
Residents reported thunder and lightning overnight, but the cause of the fire is not yet known. Renewable energy firm Siemens Gamesa, which operates and maintains the turbines, said its engineers were investigating.
It comes as parts of England are facing yet more weather misery tomorrow as further thunderstorms bear down along with hail, flooding and more than a month's worth of rain.
Forecasters have warned of 'frequent lightning and large hail' along with up to 3.1in (80mm) of torrential rain in as little as three hours over the South, Midlands and Wales that could bring flooding to homes and disrupt travel.
Guy attempts to run red light despite vehicles in front of him braking for it and stopping. He swerves to avoid hitting the stopped motorcyclist and car at the red light. After crashing his vehicle, he proceeds to yell at the other drivers for stopping at the light.
A scooter driver narrowly escaped death after crashing into a bus in Vitla, southern India on May 26. His scooter went under the bus and was crushed. But the man had a lucky escape after being flung to one side.