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MOSCOW, June 20 (Itar-Tass) - The damage from explosions at the Samara firing range might reach 100 million roubles, regional governor Andrei Nefyodov said in the course of a telephone conference arranged by the Emergency Situations Ministry /EMERCOM/ on Wednesday.
"According to preliminary estimate, the damage will be around 100 million roubles," Nefyodov said.
The emergency situations minister asked the governor to hurry up with the estimates to expedite the government's decision on assistance.