More
    HomeRussiaThirteen people were poisoned by carbon monoxide in a Russian cafe

    Thirteen people were poisoned by carbon monoxide in a Russian cafe

    Published on

    The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan reported that thirteen people were poisoned with carbon monoxide in a cafe in Derbent. This is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the press service of the department.

    According to law enforcement officers, four minors were among the victims, the condition of three people is assessed as critical.

    A message about the mass poisoning of visitors to the institution was received by the duty unit of the Derbent police on the evening of September 19.

    Earlier it was reported that in Verkhnyaya Pyshma, Sverdlovsk region with their seven-month-old granddaughter burned alive in the apartment of a five-story residential building located on Petrov Street. Rescuers found the bodies of a Russian pensioner and a child. Presumably, they were poisoned by carbon monoxide.

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Latest articles

    Banks stopped accepting dollars and euros through ATMs

    Russian banks have stopped accepting dollars and euros through ATMs, Izvestia found out. ...

    Zelensky warned the EU against a non-European decision on exports from Ukraine

    President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the decision on the possible extension of restrictions...

    China warns against turning internet into 'battlefield'

    The Chinese authorities opposed the transformation of the Internet into a battlefield, as well...

    The activist told Izvestia about the mood of the protesters in Israel

    For now, the citizens of Israel are opting for peaceful forms of protest against...

    More like this

    Banks stopped accepting dollars and euros through ATMs

    Russian banks have stopped accepting dollars and euros through ATMs, Izvestia found out. ...

    Zelensky warned the EU against a non-European decision on exports from Ukraine

    President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the decision on the possible extension of restrictions...

    China warns against turning internet into 'battlefield'

    The Chinese authorities opposed the transformation of the Internet into a battlefield, as well...