KRASNOYARSK, 3 Feb - RIA Novosti. The ingress of stagnant water from the fire extinguishing system into the cold water supply pipes of one of the houses could have caused people to be poisoned in the Oktyabrsky district of Krasnoyarsk, the KrasKom water supply company told reporters.
The Krasnoyarsk prosecutor's office on Monday began checking after information about mass water poisoning in the Oktyabrsky district of Krasnoyarsk. Also, the check was started by the regional head office of the UK. According to media reports, messages came from Kirensky, Dachnaya, Borisov and 2nd Ogorodnaya streets, where cold water was turned off on weekends. According to Rospotrebnadzor, 53 people fell ill with acute intestinal infection.
"One of the working versions under consideration today is the ingress of stagnant water from the fire extinguishing system into the cold water supply system. We are talking about a house on Kirenskogo street, 32. The water in the system was at least a year and a half. Our experts took it for analysis. The smell is sharp and there is turbidity We believe that similar versions can be considered on other houses, "- the press service of" KrasKom "quotes the words of the general director of the company Oleg Goncherov.
First Deputy Mayor of Krasnoyarsk Vladislav Loginov, in turn, noted that if the version is confirmed, then "work will be done with all management companies and requirements will be presented for flushing the fire extinguishing system."
Earlier it was reported that the regional headquarters of Rospotrebnadzor began an investigation into the incident and took water samples. The governor became interested in the situation with poor-quality water in Krasnoyarsk, he instructed to immediately figure it out.
KrasKom stated that studies at the Krasnoyarsk water intake after reports of mass poisoning showed the safety of the water. At the same time, the company said that there was a flaw in the work of its employees - they did not give recommendations to management companies and homeowners' associations to dump stagnant water from building engineering systems after outages.