MOE has attracted about 190 people on the site of emergency in Norilsk

EMERCOM of Russia has attracted about 190 people and 35 pieces of equipment on the site of the spill of diesel fuel in Norilsk, experts have pumped out more than 100 tons of oil, reported the press service of the emergencies Ministry.

"On-site emergency works operational group of the Ministry, equipped with unmanned aircraft systems for monitoring the situation ... Just from rers attracted about 190 people and 35 pieces of equipment. Increasing group is scheduled for June 4 ... will be delivered to 100 people of the Siberian rescue center," - said in the message.

Experts have pumped out more than 100 tonnes of petroleum products on the site of emergency, to clarify the extent of the spill brought aviation.

"At the moment, the emergency management departments produced by pumping petroleum products totaling more than 100 tons. To check the leakage of oil in water sources conducted by the fences of the water in rivers Daldykan, Barn, lake Pyasino. To clarify the situation and extent of the spill of petroleum products involved aircraft," - added to the message.

As previously reported, a fire and spill of fuel began after in the tank at CHP plant 3 was hit by a car, but later SK the Russian Federation has put forward a different version. According to investigators, the first leaky tank, fuel spilled on the roadway, after which the fire started and lit up a passing car.

According to preliminary data of the authorities, the bottom of the tank sprung a leak because of sagging of the soil. From the tank poured out about 20 thousand tons of diesel fuel, some of it went to the local Creek and stream in the Barn.

On Wednesday at a meeting with the President, the head of EMERCOM of Russia Evgeny Senichev stated that information about the incident was received in the office only two days later. In this regard, Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to entrust the security forces to evaluate the performance of local officials. Head Rosprirodnadzora Svetlana Radionova at a meeting with Putin about emergency management reported that the maximum allowable concentration of pollutants in rivers, anywhere a diesel fuel after the accident at the CHP-3 in Norilsk, exceeded ten thousand times.