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Two people killed after gas blast hits apartment building in Russia: Ifax

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Two people were killed after a gas explosion struck a residential building in the Russian city of Noginsk, around 50 kilometer (30 miles) east of Moscow, on Wednesday, the Interfax news agency cited the investigative committee as saying.

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“According to preliminary data, five people were injured and two have died - a man and a woman,” Interfax quoted regional official Anna Tertichnaya as saying.

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