"The fire at a high-pressure gas pipeline has been put out".
A high-pressure gas station, a gas pipeline, technical facilities and an administration building caught fire on the premises of the Severnaya thermal power plant in Chelobityevo, Mytishchi, on Thursday. 157 people and 52 vehicles and pieces of emergency equipment were deployed to fight the fire, including two helicopters and two firefighting trains. First responders told journalists that some of those injured were employees of an automobile fix shop located near the power plant. However, the Emergencies Ministry reported that the heat from the fire caused a nearby storage area and an administrative building to ignite, causing another fire about 1,000 square meters (10,764 square feet) in area.
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The Mytishchi power station TETs-27 has been in operation since 1992.
There was no risk of the fire spreading to residential areas, she said, adding that firefighters hoped to extinguish the blaze within the hour.
MOSCOW-A major fire broke out at an electricity generating power station near the capital Moscow on Thursday, July 11, the TASS news agency cited a source in the emergency services as saying. The energy ministry said a high-pressure gas pipe supplying fuel was burning outside the power station itself. The fire started from an explosion at a gas pipeline, adjacent to the plant, which created a tall bursting flare.