The estimated deaths were 64 in a firestorm occurred at a shopping mall in the central part of Russia. Meanwhile, few others remained unaccounted, according to the officials. Russian fire stands as one of the deadliest in the country, after the efforts, has been extinguished. As the roof collapsed, the rescuers found it difficult to reach to the building upper floors.
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However, the alarm systems did not work and fire exits blocked. Few of them have jumped out from the windows as white and black smoke continued to appear. Almost more than 100 people left the building in the city of Kemerovo, in Kemerovo Oblast. It’s in fact, produces coal and is 2,200 miles away from the east of Moscow.
However, Reuters said: “Russian state investigators said four people had been detained over the fire, including the owners and leasers of outlets inside the shopping mall. The Investigative Committee, which handles major crimes, said it was trying to bring in the mall’s principal owner for questioning.”