Armenian rescuers removed the body of a third resident  from under  the rubble of a half-collapsed building in Yerevan

ArmInfo. Armenian rescuers removed the body of a third citizen from under the rubble of a half-collapsed building in Yerevan. Head of the Ministry of Emergency  Situations of Armenia Felix Tsolakyan said this in an interview...

Armenian rescuers removed the body of a third resident  from under  the rubble of a half-collapsed building in Yerevan
ArmInfo. Armenian rescuers removed the body of a third citizen from under the rubble of a half-collapsed building in Yerevan. Head of the Ministry of Emergency  Situations of Armenia Felix Tsolakyan said this in an interview with  journalists. "The third victim has just been removed from the rubble.  Unfortunately, he is dead. This is a 56-year-old man, Arthur  Ghazaryan. I express my condolences to the family and friends of the  deceased," Tsolakyan said, adding that according to available  preliminary data, more citizens should not be under the rubble.  He  also informed that the seismic resistance of the building is being  checked now, and the first, second and third entrances are in good  condition, there are suspicions about the fourth entrance, and the  fifth one has collapsed. He also found it difficult to say on which  floor the explosion occurred and as a result. Tsolakyan also informed  that all citizens left without a roof over their heads will be  properly accommodated. As ArmInfo previously reported, this morning an explosion caused a  collapse in a 4-storey building at Rainisa 1 in the administrative  district of Kanaker-Zeytun. According to preliminary data, a gas leak  was the cause of the explosion. Partially collapsed 12 apartments in  the 5th entrance. Two dozen citizens were evacuated. From under the  rubble, two citizens were removed - a man and a woman. The man's  condition is extremely serious, he has numerous burns.