Club lame horse “was designed for 50 people, while at the club reported that it is designed for 450 users

Perm Club lame horse, where a fire killed 118 people and more than 100 injured, has been calculated only for 50 people, reported on December 8 Interfax news agency, Minister of Public Security of the Perm region, Igor Orlov. According to him, just at a number of visitors had been issued permits the club.

Results on the night of Dec. 5, when the “lame horse, a fire occurred at the club there were about 300 people, while at the club reported that it is designed for 450 attendees.

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