Hot water pipe bursts in Russian hotel, killing 5
Jan. 21, 2020
Russian emergency services say five people have died and six more were injured when a heating pipe burst and flooded their hotel rooms with boiling water.
The tragedy occurred in a small hotel in Perm, a central city near Russia's Ural mountains. The nine-room hotel was located in the basement of a residential building.
All of the victims, including a child, were staying at the hotel. Three of the injured were hospitalized with burns. Police have opened a probe.A Russian lawmaker says parliament might consider a ban on opening hotels or hostels in the basements of residential buildings.
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