В Шанхае сгорела многоэтажка

16 Ноября 2010, 13:55

В Шанхае страшный пожар в жилом 28-этажном здании  унес жизни более 50 человек. Фото AFP, Big Pictures

This photo taken on November 15, 2010 shows a huge fire engulfing a high-rise in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. The accident left at least five people dead, sending billowing plumes of black smoke over the city, state media and officials said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
This photo taken on November 15, 2010 shows Chinese firefighters trying to extinguish a huge fire which engulfed a high-rise in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. The accident left at least five people dead, sending billowing plumes of black smoke over the city, state media and officials said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
This photo taken on November 15, 2010 shows a huge fire engulfing a high-rise in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. The accident left at least five people dead, sending billowing plumes of black smoke over the city, state media and officials said. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on November 15, 2010, Chinese firefighters extinguish a huge fire which engulfed a high-rise building in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on November 16 over a high-rise fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on November 15, 2010, Chinese firefighters extinguish a huge fire which engulfed a high-rise building in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on November 16 over a high-rise fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on November 15, 2010, Chinese firefighters extinguish a huge fire which engulfed a high-rise building in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on November 16 over a high-rise fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on November 15, 2010, Chinese firefighters extinguish a huge fire which engulfed a high-rise building in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on November 16 over a high-rise fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on November 15, 2010, Chinese firefighters extinguish a huge fire which engulfed a high-rise building in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on November 16 over a high-rise fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
In this picture taken on November 15, 2010, medical personnel transport a victims body after a massive fire engulfed a high-rise building in Shanghai, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on November 16 over a high-rise fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO
Chinese firefighters extinguish a huge fire which engulfs a high-rise in Shanghai on November 15, 2010, after construction scaffolding surrounding the building initially caught fire, spreading to the building itself. Shanghai residents voiced anger on over the fire that killed at least 53 people in the latest deadly incident to raise concern over lax safety standards in China. TOPSHOTS CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO

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