Oil pipeline break in Perm region

Publish date: August 23, 2006

Today at 4.30 (Moscow time) in Osa town (Perm region) oil pipeline break has been found out.

Oil has come into water reservoir, Oil and Capital reports with reference on press-service of regional Emergency management and Natural Disasters Response Department. Oil spill liquidation works are being carried out at the moment. Five specialists of regional Emergency management and Natural Disasters Response Department and needed equipment have been working at the site since early morning. The scale of the oil spill is to be determined later.

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