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MOSCOW, December 8 (Itar-Tass) — The fire, which broke out at a warehouse with wooden trays in the Moscow regional town of Domodedovo, was put down, one man was killed in the fire, the press service of the Moscow regional police department told Itar-Tass on Thursday.
The fire broke out in a metallic hangar in the village of Vostryakovo in Vokzalnaya Street. The fire spread on 800 square meters.
“The fire was put down, a worker died of carbon dioxide poisoning,” the press service said, noting that six fire engines continue to pour water on the burnt warehouse building.
The death toll at a warehouse in the Moscow regional town of Domodedovo reached three people.
The fire broke out at a metallic hangar in the village of Vostryakovo in Vokzalnaya Street, the press service of the Moscow regional police department told Itar-Tass on Thursday. The fire spread over 800 square meters.
“Another two people were found dead in the cleanup of the debris. So, the fire death toll reached three people,” the press service said.
Six fire engines keep working at the fire site.