Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Firefighting-Gear-Delivery-to-Firefighters-in-Siberia-27MZIFJW0VKUH.htmlConceptually similarFirefighting Gear Delivery to Firefighters in SiberiaGP0STTA22Completed★★★★Humanitarian Aid Delivery in SiberiaGP0STTA23Completed★★★★Victims of a Wildfire Receive Supplies in SiberiaGP0STTA3YCompleted★★★★Fire Fighting in Baikal Region in RussiaGP0STPVWGCompleted★★★★★★Fire Fighting in Baikal Region in RussiaGP0STPVWHCompleted★★★★★★Fire Fighting in Baikal Region in RussiaGP0STPVWJCompleted★★★★★★Lake Baikal in AutumnGP015E9Completed★★★★Lake Baikal in AutumnGP068SCompleted★★★★Lake Baikal in AutumnGP053OCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STTA25Firefighting Gear Delivery to Firefighters in SiberiaDuring the wildfire catastrophe in Zabaikalsky Krai (Siberia, Russia) the Greenpeace Russia firefighting team along with a representative of three charity foundations go to the area to deliver humanitarian aid mainly consisting of treatment bandages for burns. The group also supports the efforts of local firefighters and supply them with spare parts for firefighting equipment.Locations:Russia-Siberia-Zabaykalsky KraiDate:23 Apr, 2019Credit:© Maria Vasilieva / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2000px X 1333pxKeywords:Day-Equipment-Firefighters-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace staff-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-People-Small group of peopleShoot:Wildfires in Southeast SiberiaDevastating wildfires became a catastrophe in Zabaikalsky Krai (Siberia, Russia). A state of emergency was announced: fire had reached 17 settlements, destroyed about 100 houses and devastated more than 200 backyards and farm buildings. Over 600 people have lost their possessions whilst 34 people have suffered burns. About 12,000 farm animals were lost, with one person dying of fatal burns while trying to save cattle.