A Moscow factory that makes MiG fighters is on fire, the Baza telegram channel reported on February 13.

The factory is located on Leningradsky Avenue. Preliminary data suggest that the fire started in a workshop under reconstruction, attached to the plant’s operational building.

The fire affected the second and third floors of the building, covering an area of ​​70 square meters. The cause of the fire is still unknown.

Evacuation efforts are underway and several fire departments are heading to the scene due to the risk of the fire spreading to other buildings at the plant.

Also read: Ukrainian HUR spokesman calls explosions at Russian oil refineries justice

In recent weeks, oil depots and refineries have burned in several Russian regions. NV sources reported that the SBU is behind the attacks.

The most recent attacks included an attack on the Russian Lukoil refinery in Volgograd on February 3 and a marine terminal in the port of Ust-Luga, near St. Petersburg, on January 21.

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By Sam