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On Sovkhoznaya Street in Moscow, where 9 residents of several apartments were “poisoned by a watermelon” and were hospitalized with symptoms of severe poisoning, emergency services and people in chemical protection suits are concentrated. About it writes Under.
The publication clarifies that at present “operational-search measures” are underway in the house, under the pretext of which the security forces prohibit journalists from filming. In addition, the police sharply pushed, hitting his head against the wall, SOTA correspondent Yegor Shatov.
On September 10, two people – a 15-year-old girl and her grandmother – died in the hospital after eating a watermelon that was bought from the Magnit chain of stores. Later SK of Moscow aroused a criminal case on the provision of services that do not meet safety requirements (Article 238 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
Later, several more residents of the house on Sovkhoznaya Street were hospitalized with symptoms of severe poisoning. All the victims lived in the 4th entrance, where repairs have been going on since July this year. There is a pungent smell of paint in it.
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