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Four People Injured as a Result of Collapse of Under-Construction Building

04.02.2010
Walls of several floors in 14-floor house in Luka Asatiani Street N 51 in Batumi pulled down and damaged the residential house next to it. As a result of collapse, four people were injured. Among them are two under-age children.

At the moment, one woman is in Batumi hospital N 1 for having broken her limb. 11-year-old Megi Muskhajba is in intensive-therapy department of the Batumi healthcare center for mothers and children; she is still in trauma shock. The child has broken her pelvis-thigh. Her sister – 5-year-old Mari Muskhajba was already sent home.

“Batumi Palace 2007” constructs 14-floor house; the frame of the building was constructed by company “Anagi”. Witnesses state the walls collapsed from 7th and 11th floors.

Inhabitants of the neighbor damaged house state that Batumi City Hall promised them to reconstruct the house and to compensate the family; they also promised to punish those who are guilty in the incident.

Maka Malakmadze, Adjara

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