Owner of partially collapsed cinema in Balashikha detained
The investigation intends to file a motion on the man’s custody.
The owner of the building of an inactive movie theater, part of the wall of which collapsed last week on a shopping arcade, was detained in Balashikha near Moscow on Monday, September 11,
"A 39-year-old resident of the town of Elektrostal, who is the owner of the building located in the southern city of Balashikha on the Fadeeva Street, was detained," the press service of the Investigative Committee’s State Intelligence Service in the Moscow region said.
In the near future, the investigation will file a motion for custody, specified the press service. It is to be recalled that the man is a person of interest in a case of violation of safety rules in construction, which resulted in injuring ten people, including a child.
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The Europe’s best architect of 2014 and 2015 in three nominations in a prestigious international competition in London is accused of two counts of major fraud. The total damage from the fraud is estimated at about 10 million euros.
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