Five children and two adults die in gruesome arson in Russia, started by a & # 39; drunk & # 39; man about an alleged 85p theft taken from his son
- Alexander Komarov started a fire in an apartment building in Rostov Veliky, Russia
- Five children and two adults died in the fire and started after an alleged 85p theft
- Two other families who lived in the upstairs apartments of the blockhouse were detained
- Komarov told the police that he was arson and & # 39; drunk & # 39; was when he used a lighter
Seven people, including five children died in a horrific arson started as a result of a playground conflict of more than 85 pence.
The victims were burned alive in the fire, which was intentionally placed on Saturday evening in an apartment building in an apartment building in the city of Rostov Veliky in Russia.
Alexander Komarov, 37, used a lighter to start the nightly eruption after his son claimed that a boy living in this block had stolen 70 rubles (85 pence) from him, police say.
The boy, who strongly denied the theft, and his family jumped out of the windows on the ground floor to escape hell.
But two other families living in upstairs apartments were detained, according to reports in the local media.
Anastasia Lendinyova in the photo (above) survived the fire in Rostov Veliky, Russia, but her two children Polina (left) and Sergey (right) both died in the fire
The partly wooden apartment building in Rostov, Yaroslavl, where seven people, including five children, died in a horrible arson
Anastasia Kurkina, 23, and her three children, Milana, six, Alina, three, and Evgenia, 18 months, all died.
A mother who lived in another Anastasia Lendinyova apartment was saved, but her two children, Polina, four and Sergey, two died.
Kurkina had told her husband Igor Vanyushev, 35, to jump, and she would throw the children of him to catch.
& # 39; But she lost consciousness and she and her daughters choked, & # 39; said her stepdaughter Olga.
A local man Oleg Kovalev fought through the fire and seized two of the girls who were still alive, but they soon died of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Local resident Alexandra Vasilyeva said: “He cried because he pulled the girls too late, so there was no time to save them. He was so upset that he got into a wild tantrum.
In a police video, suspect Alexander Komarov can be heard saying that he lit the fire when he & # 39; drunk & # 39; used to be. He is pictured (above) after his arrest
Anastasia Kurkina (left) with her daughter Milana, who were both killed in hell. Anastasia Lendinyova (right) survived but her daughter Polina (photo) did not escape the flames
Valery Lendinyov did not die in the fire, but his son Sergey (pictured above) was sloppily murdered with four other children
& # 39; He took the girls out and they were still breathing, thinking they could be saved, but when the ambulance arrived, they said it was too late.
& # 39; They say the girls died in his arms. & # 39;
Vanyushev & # 39; s uncle Vladimir Urbakh also died in the fire.
A total of 25 people, including three children, were evacuated from the building.
Prosecutor Dmitry Dyachkov said that Komarov is an & # 39; extremely dangerous crime & # 39; had known and & # 39; an indifferent attitude to human life & # 39; had.
He can be seen on a police video that confesses arson and says: & I took the lighter … and went there. I was drunk. & # 39;
He is detained and receives a maximum sentence for life imprisonment.
Suspect Alexander Komarov seen in court (above) who hides his face. He can be seen on a police video that confesses arson and says: & I took the lighter … and went there. I was drunk & # 39;
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