August 26, 2013 21:06
300 construction workers get food poisoning at Pulkovo airport - Interior Ministry
ST. PETERSBURG. Aug 26 (Interfax) - Three hundred workers employed by a contractor organization working on the construction of a new terminal of the airport Pulkovo in St. Petersburg have food poisoning and sought medical assistance, the Interior Ministry has reported.
"Three hundred people have now sought medical assistance. Thirteen of them are in serious condition. A probe is underway," the department of the Interior Ministry's department on transport for the Northwestern Federal District reported on its website.
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