In Severodvinsk took the threat objects after the incident ground


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In the Arkhangelsk region began the evacuation of potentially dangerous pontoons, located on the shore of the White sea after an explosion at the site of the Ministry of defense under the Severodvinsk. This was announced by the Governor of the region Igor Orlov, TASS reports.

According to him, the authorities have developed a full complex of actions for liquidation of these objects. “First, the dismantling and removal for disposal of process equipment, and in-the second, refloat and transportation for disposal of the pontoons themselves”, — he explained.

The spokesman added that “all interested parties” have already started performance of the work. He stressed that all the necessary after the incident the study of sea water, soil and vegetation was conducted and confirmed that no threats to the health of local residents and the environment does not exist.

At the end of August it became known that two pontoons that were allegedly involved in the test liquid rocket propulsion, remained at the mouth of the river, Verkhovka on the sandy shore of the Dvina Bay of the White sea without a guard, fencing or warning signs. In the regional administration objects called potentially dangerous, but did not specify the degree of danger and causes.

An explosion at a military firing range in the Arkhangelsk region occurred on August 8 during the test of liquid rocket propulsion, the device is also lit up. Died two specialists of the Ministry of defence and five employees of “Rosatom”.

After the incident on the website of Roshydromet, there was a message about exceeding of dose rate of gamma radiation in 4-16 times in the area of Severodvinsk. Shortly after the explosion at a military firing range, these values began to decrease. The experts noted that short-term excess of level of radiation did not pose a danger to local residents. Russian President Vladimir Putin also said that any threat of increasing background radiation no.

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