Regular wrote:auslander wrote:The fire in Moskau was in an 'unauthorized hospital'. Seems this one was caused by the existing electrical system could not carry the load put on it. Heads will roll, no doubt. Don't know about the other one.
Not sure where did you get this information about unauthorised hospital?
Sorry, this can't be further from the truth. It's not Sharashkin contor.
No unauthorized hospitals exist in Russia. Maybe rehab centers, but even they are controlled because of Hari Krishna
(and the like) sect members targeting vulnerable.
Moscow's Spasokukotsky hospital is pretty high standard when it comes to treating cardiovascular diseases and it's world leading in some technology implementation.
Please see article before the fire about their preparation to treat corona patients. It's pretty damn good hospital, Moscow doesn't really have bad ones it seems.
There are almost daily updates in russian news about the fires as and it is covered it in a great detail. Aparantly, main suspect is still Aventa-M and not the way they were used. Currently investigator comitee are suspecting faulty batch.
Bashkiriya, Tatarstan and even Kazachstan are also not gonna use Aventa-M. Heads will roll definitely, even if only 6 people died. Really proud of speedy reaction by the gov and openness into this, you wouldn't hear this shit in Belarus or Ukraine.
The event I mentioned was actually a rehab center built on the bottom floor of a large flats building. Fire inspectors clearly said that the existing electrical system was not sufficiently upgraded to carry the increased load of ventilators and other electric appliances.
As to where I got my information, eyes on from a close friend who lives in the same district.