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Russian Nuclear Submarine trapped into fire.

Murmansk : Russia | Dec 30, 2011 at 3:06 AM PST
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During maintenance work in Russian Nuclear Submarine, there bursted fire, which resulted into injury to 8 people.

The Yekterin Russian Nuclear Submarine is having 11,700 Tons weight, which was sent for the maintenance at Murmansk area of Russia. During working there happened fire, and smokes spreaded into the sky.

The team of fire brigade struggled a lot to control fire. After 9 hours long efforts, the fire arrived into control. Each and every weapon is shifted from this Russian Nuclear Submarine, now there is not any risk.

Honorable Sir / Honorable friend,

Thank you very much for reading my news. Please, share my news with your friends.

Yours faithfully,

Sonalben with husband Anilkumar and son Raj.

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SONALBEN RANA is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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