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TYUMEN, November 25 (Itar-Tass) —— The fire in diesel fuel tanks which broke out overnight in the northern city of Novy Urengoi which is considered to be the unofficial Russian gas-producing capital has been extinguished and nobody was injured, the Yamal-Nenets emergency service said on Friday.
The fire initially broke out in one tank with a capacity of 700 cubic meters which later collapsed and the blaze spread to another three tanks with a 200-cubic meter capacity.
Eleven fire engines extinguished the blaze in the tank farm located 18 kilometers from Novy Urengoi.
The causes of the fire are being investigated.