Bridge fell in Krasnoyarsk Krai
In Partizansky district of Krasnoyarsk Krai, after heavy rains, a road bridge collapsed across the Maly-Koy River. As a result of the collapse, no one was hurt, lenta.ru reports citing the website of the regional department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Traffic between five settlements is limited. Local residents have to take detour routes.
According to the data of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the region, at the same time, another similar incident occurred in Kuraginsky district.
The destruction of bridges is not the only emergency in the country this week.
Thus, on May 30, the only railway bridge over the Kola River collapsed on the Kola Peninsula, railway communication with Murmansk was interrupted until June 23, and the work of the Murmansk Trade Port was almost completely stopped.
Obviously, not one of the large companies operating the construction took care of organizing the overhaul of the bridge, built in the 1930s, despite the fact that it is located not in the remote Siberian taiga, but 15 kilometers from Murmansk.
All these accidents are united by one circumstance: they try to “squeeze the maximum” out of the infrastructure built in the Soviet years without worrying about the operability of the facilities. It’s great luck that no one died: this railway line is a busy transport route.
Incidents are a direct reflection of capitalist principles. The goal of capitalism is destruction.