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Construction collapse in St. Petersburg, Russia did not cause death

On February 16, local time, a five-story building on Lomonosov Street in St. Petersburg, Russia, collapsed. A total of 86 people were evacuated in the accident. Fortunately, the accident did not cause death.

According to the news released by the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, the building in which the accident occurred belongs to the St. Petersburg State University of Information Technology, Optics and Optics, with a total collapse area of ​​150 square meters. In the event of an accident, the building was undergoing maintenance. After investigation, the police believed that the construction personnel violated the technical regulations was the main cause of the collapse. (CCTV reporter Xu Hongbo)

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