Explosion in Russian gas Lab This is Ebola and smallpox samples

Explosion in Russian gas Lab This is Ebola and smallpox samples

Gas explosion triggered a fire at a plant of Russian biological weapons that stores viruses, including Ebola, smallpox and anthrax. The explosion occurred on Monday after a gas cylinder during repair work planned at the six Russian planes fifth floor State Center for Research on Virology and Biotechnology exploded, commonly known as a vector, the plant said in a statement. No biological material was in health testing room, however, where the explosion occurred, and no structural damage have been caused buildings in laboratory cement, added the center. One worker was taken to hospital and treated in intensive care for burns, the Russian news agency TASS reported. A fire, the 30 square meters was later freed by firefighters. The structure biological weapons, Siberian in Koltosvo, in the Novosibirsk region is known for one of the two centers in the housing samples of smallpox worldwide. The US Centers for control and disease prevention is the only other center in the world living specimens to maintain the known disease. Originally the center for research on biological weapons during the Cold War was to develop the Soviet era, used. It is now one of the largest biotech virological and scientific centers in Russia.
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