Source: 200 people were evacuated from a university in St. Petersburg
In St. Petersburg, employees and students of the chemical faculty of St. Petersburg State University were evacuated due to the discovery of two cylinders with poisonous gas phosgene.
This is reported by TASS with reference to a source in emergency services.
“Two phosgene bottles were detected. 200 people were evacuated, ”a source said.
At the same time, the Institute of Chemistry at the university confirmed that people had been evacuated from the building. It is noted that during the daily bypass of the territory were found orphaned objects of unknown origin.
In late January, Nation News reported that 300 people had been evacuated due to a fire in a hostel in St. Petersburg.