How it was (2000) 05/23/2000
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Newsreel footage of the consequences of the breakthrough of the dam of the Petrovsky plant in the city of Kiev on March 13, 1961.
Rimma Buzinovskaya recalls the chronology of the event, as it was flooded with mud.
Newsreel footage of the consequences of the breakthrough of the dam, the rescue of the victims.
Anatoly Karanda tells how he saved Rimma Buzinovskaya in a flooded house.
Says the man who participated in the rescue of people from the mud.
Chronicle of the Second World War in Kiev, Babi Yar. 1941 year.
Anisimov Alexander speaks about the reasons for the breakthrough of the dam at the Petrovsky plant.
Vitaliy Kolomiets talks about the day of the accident.
Anisimov Alexander tells about the citizens of those who got into an accident and the work of the civil defense headquarters.
Residents of Kiev Serednitskaya Anna, Vovk Nadezhda, Nyn-Shkvarko Catherine recall the consequences of the accident and talk about the number of victims.
Rimma Buzinovskaya speaks about the victims of the disaster.
Chronicle of the consequences of the breakthrough of the dam of the Petrovsky plant.
Anisimov Alexander and Buzinovskaya Rimma talk about the number of victims and victims.
Vitaliy Kolomiets talks about the funeral of those killed in the accident.
Chronicle of new buildings in Kiev in 1963.
PersonnelBuzinovskaya Rimma Konstantinovna - duty dispatcher of the tram depot in Kiev in 1961.
Anisimov Alexander - historian, author of the book "Kurenivsky apocalypse".
Vitaly Kolomiets is an officer in charge of the Kiev Criminal Investigation Department in 1961.
Karanda Anatoly Efimovich - soldier of the emergency service of the Kiev garrison in 1961.