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30.01.2022 08:32
Khmelnytskyi: in the Shepetiv district, firefighters together with IPC fighters extinguished a fire in a residential building
January 29 at 19:18 in the village A residential building caught fire in Sudylkiv, Shepetivskyi district.
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27.07.2021 08:32
Kamyanets-Podilskyi district: rescuers saved two adults and two children, whose vesselwas damaged on the Smotrych river
On July 25, at 5:35 p.m., rescuers of the diving and rescue department №4, while patrolling on a motor boat, noticed boat with people giving signals for help in the water of the Smotrych River near the village Ustya of the Kamyanets-Podilskyi district.
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26.07.2021 08:28
Emergency workers saved two people on the river Dniester in Kamianets-Podilskyi district
On July 25, at 2:45 p.m., the diving and rescue department №4 received a report that people are giving signals for help in the waters of the Dniester River near the village Ustya of the Kamyanets-Podilskyi district.
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17.01.2019 10:19
Within the framework of the international cooperation the National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine together with the higher educational institutions of the EU prepared an application for the grant Visegrad+
During January 14-15, the Workshop on Critical Infrastructure Protection took place at the University of Zilina (Slovakia) at the Faculty of Engineering. The chief of the department of fire and technogenic safety of objects and technologies of the National University of Civil Protection of Ukraine Yurii Kliuchka became the participant of the international workshop.
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08.01.2019 11:40
During the past 24 hours 17 people perished in household fires in Ukraine
The new anti-record was set the last day in Ukraine - 17 people perished in fires on Christmas day of January 7. Six Ukrainians were injured with various degrees of severity. In the winter, the rate of tragic incidents in the residential sector is frightening with steadily high numbers, as the air temperature outside drops significantly. After all, citizens continue to heat their homes, often ignoring the rules of fire safety.