Firefighters returned money found in burnt-out market container to its owner in Karaganda
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Arai market caught fire in Karaganda. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Kazpravda.kz reports.
According to the spokesman for the Ministry of Emergency Situations, Talgat Uali, on October 21 at 00:07 a call came about a fire in the Arai market in Karaganda.
"It was established that containers were burning with an open flame on the territory of the market. The fire extinguishing was complicated by electricity at the facility, as well as the threat of fire transfer to other adjacent containers. The adjacent containers were opened, with material values saved by firemen," the message says.
The fire was extinguished at 01:23. Fourteen commercial containers were on fire on the total area of 200 sq.m.
In one of the burning containers, the fighters found a large amount of money and, after establishing ownership, the money was returned to the owner. There are no casualties. The cause of the fire is being established.