How it was 10/31/1999 (1999)

Telecast №73853, 1 part, duration: 0:34:54
Production: VID
Anchor:Oleg Shklovskij

Reel №1

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Catastrophe on the Haymarket Square in St.

Petersburg, 1999.

June 10, 1999 in St.

Petersburg there was an accident, standing in the same row with the crash in the Minsk metro in the summer of the same year: the canopy of the building of Sennaya Ploshchad metro station collapsed, resulting in the death of 7 people.

Within a month, the State Technical Commission conducted an investigation into the tragedy.

Eyewitnesses and rescuers together talk about how people behaved at the first moment after the collapse, how the wounded were rescued and taken to hospitals.

Technical experts discuss design deficiencies and poor quality of construction in 1962.

The victims are trying to understand why the promised assistance of officials actually turns into a failure of medical institutions to provide free legal treatment, which is prescribed by law.

In the studio there are eyewitnesses Valery Kuverov and Veronika Marakulina, firefighter Mikhail Shutov, head of the service of tunnel structures of the St.

Petersburg underground Arkady Fursa, widow of one of the victims Svetlana Stolyarova.

Fragments of the interview: Leonid Meerovich, Chief Project Engineer of the Lenmetrogiprotrans Research Institute, Valentina Antonova and Olga Malinovskaya, associate professor of the SPbGASU Semen Suponitsky, Head of the Department of Building Structures of the St.

Petersburg State University of Communications Yuri Teterin.

Personnel chronicles of different years: a modern view of the metro station, from the history of the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (the Savior on the Hay), a fragment of the magazine "Leningradskaya Newsreel "(a story about the opening of a new subway line), the state of the station immediately after the collapse, the funeral of the deceased.


Novikov IS - Soviet railway manager and engineer, chief of the Moscow metro (1938-1950), head of the Leningrad Metro (1955-1965). Shutov M.Yu. - Senior instructor of the specialized part of the fire protection of the Central Internal Affairs Directorate of St. Petersburg, Honored Rescuer of the Russian Federation. Fursa A.G. - the chief of service of tunnel constructions of the Petersburg underground, the deputy chief of underground on construction, the veteran of work of underground, the Deserved builder of the Russian Federation. Suponitsky S.Z. - Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor of the St. Petersburg State Architecture and Construction University (SPbGASU).

Calendar: 06/10/1999 1963

Locations: St. Petersburg [814] Leningrad [848]

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