Residential skyscraper caught fire in South Korea

In South Korea, a 33-storey apartment building caught fire in the city of Ulsan. This was reported by the agency Yonhap on Thursday, October 8.

“77 residents of the house who were breathing smoke were taken to hospital,” the report says. Rescuers are working at the place of emergency. Information about the victims is specified.

On the rollers placed in social networks one can see how the flame covers the upper floors, sparks fly all over the height of the building. Dog barking is heard.

According to a South Korean agency, the fire covered a commercial and residential Art Nouveau complex in the Dal Dong District.

What caused the fire has not been reported yet. It is noted that some residents were able to evacuate before the rescuers arrived, but many only after.