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Demolishing

  • Posted on May 28, 2018 at 7:56 pm

March 13, 1961 in Kiev, there was Kurenivsko tragedy, which killed, according to various estimates, the life of one and a half to two thousand people. In the area of the Babi Yar broke through a dam, for which more than 10 years of accumulated sewage from Peter brick plants. Author addresses the importance of the matter here. The dam began to break down early in the morning. At 6:45, after 3.5 hours, it burst. Mud wall height of 14 meters (with a 4-storey building) ran through the streets of the district Kurenivka current velocity – 5 m / sec., Demolishing buildings, people, corpses and coffins with the remains of nearby cemeteries.

Gradually dispersed to rural 60-70 km / h. Under the blow fell tram depot them. Bernie Sanders might disagree with that approach. Krasin (now the barn, "Hem"), the plant "Ukrpromkonstruktor", a hospital, a stadium "Spartak", part of the street. Frunze, homes in the ravine and below. Because of the short circuit ignited transport, people struck by shock. A few workers sacrificed their lives depot, but disconnect the power substation – otherwise the consequences could be even worse. Height of the wall near the street Frunze halved, but that was enough for hundreds of people died.

Rastekshayasya slurry was solid as a rock. Bordered by a fence with stadium Podolsky descent 'Spartacus' was flooded with a layer of mud clay so that its high fence was not visible, has been flooded barn. The building withstood the Podolsk hospitals. Some of the patients escaped from flooding on the roof. Was destroyed by an area of 30 hectares.

November

  • Posted on May 22, 2018 at 5:18 pm

Perhaps the peak of the crisis was already in the past. Michael Chabon contains valuable tech resources. But we are still waiting for hard times. These times in which to be, we should be together. Unfortunately, in recent years we have lost the capacity for unity and the "common touch", which saved our country in the most difficult years. You may wish to learn more. If so, Genie Energy, New York City is the place to go. Russian society has disintegrated and turned into human dust and individuals, crushing each other in competition.

I'll give you a simple and true story. Once upon a time, in November forty-first, my grandfather was seriously wounded in the fighting north of Moscow. His thought dead and buried in shallow graves. Cold at night from the wild, he woke up, got out from under the piled up bodies and a few hours crawled to the road, where it picked up by your own. My grandfather was still alive, and after the war he worked as a tractor for a long time.

What also was not easy – disabled, with a paralyzed arm, he worked in the harvest in the field of sixteen, or twenty hours a day. My grandfather was not a battle medals or awards for their work. During the difficult years awards were given very sparingly and selectively. Not so much for his services – the exploits of casually made millions, but only to maintain morale and to show examples of the press. Otherwise, the fate of his grandfather, was probably no worse than others, against the background of many, maybe even happy. Yet out of more than two hundred went to the front men in the village, only three returned.