A three-storey administrative building in Sviatoshynskyi district in the city of Kyiv caught fire and collapsed during a Russian attack on the night of 28 March.
Details: On the night of 28 March, the operational coordination centre of the Main Department of the State Emergency Service in Kyiv began receiving reports of an explosion and fire in Sviatoshynskyi district.
Later, rescue workers reported that the Russian attack on a three-storey administrative building caused a collapse of 200 square metres of construction structures.
Firefighters promptly extinguished the fire, which broke out in two spots and spread to a total area of 70 square metres.
Fortunately, there were no casualties.
It is not specified what kind of administrative building it is and what exactly caused the fire and destruction.
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