Parliament allocated 2.5 mln UAH to restore the burnt house

21 October 2013 12:53
SIMFEROPOL (QHA) - The Crimean parliament approved allocation from the Crimean budget 2.5 million UAH for restoration of a residential house in Gaspra, which was badly damaged by fire. The corresponding decree was approved at the plenary meeting of the Parliament on October 18. As reported, about 30 Crimean Tatar families are left without roof over their heads after the three-storied apartment building, where they resided burned down in Gaspra (Big Yalta). According to preliminary data, circuit in the electrical networks of the building was the cause of the fire. The authorities have provided the fire victims temporary housing in nearby health resorts in Gaspra. As reported by press service of the Crimean Council of Ministers, two floors of the house are completely destroyed. The house is old, but according to experts can be restored. It is planned that the house will be restored not earlier than in six months.