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The partial collapse of the building of the Transvaal Park water centre was caused by a complex of design errors
The partial collapse of the building of the Transvaal Park water recreation centre in the Russian capital on February 14, 2004 was caused by a complex of design errors as a result of gross miscalculations during the project design. These miscalculations made the building unsafe and unreliable, Moscow Prosecutor Anatoly Zuyev has said. The city's prosecutor on Monday approved the accusation in the criminal case related to the collapse of the centre located in the Yasenevo district. Chief designer of the project Nodar Kvancheli has been charged under Article 118 of the Russian Criminal Case with "manslaughter and negligent inflicting of serious injuries." Head of the Moscow State Project Expertise and Examination Department Anatoly Voronin has been brought to criminal responsibility under Article 293 of the Criminal Code for negligence. "Without a thorough study of the project documentation he allowed an unjustified change in the type of the building's shell roof from a light to heavy structure," the city prosecutor explained.
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