Russia Research Submersible Fire Kills 14 Navy Sailors

Russia Research Submersible Fire Kills 14 Navy Sailors

A fire on board a Russian navy research submersible has killed 14 crew members, the Russian guard service says. The team was harmed by fumes as the vessel was taking estimations in Russian regional waters on Monday.

The service gave no insights concerning the kind of vessel. Be that as it may, Russian media reports state it was a nuclear mini-submarine than usual submarine utilized for tasks.

The fire was later put out and the vessel is presently at Severomorsk, the principal base of the Russian Northern Fleet. The defense ministry did not say what number of group members were on board at the time. Reports in local media state a few members were harmed and taken to hospital.

An investigation concerning the occurrence has started under the commander-in-chief of the navy. It’s as yet not clear what caused the fire, which the team eventually brought leveled out

What’s more, there are still inquiries over precisely what vessel was involved.

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