Military bathhouse burns down in Kursk region, Russia, near border with Ukraine: there are victims — Russian media
A field bathhouse used by Russian soldiers caught fire in the Kursk region of Russia, near the border with Ukraine. Two mobilized soldiers died, and two conscripts sustained injuries
The Russian edition of ASTRA reported the information, citing its own sources.
It noted that the fire occurred in the evening of January 11 near the village of Anatolievka, Rylsk district, Kursk region, in a field bath of Russian military personnel.
The fire killed two mobilized soldiers: 26-year-old rifle platoon commander Dmitry Golubev from St. Petersburg and 32-year-old excavator driver Alexander Stulov from the Nizhny Novgorod region.
Two conscripts were hospitalized with carbon monoxide poisoning: Pavel S., 20, from the Leningrad region, and Kubanich T., 20, from St. Petersburg. Preliminarily, the fire started with a wall behind the furnace in a field bathhouse.
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