Before that, she watered her husband.
A resident of Severouralsk set fire to the cell phone tower, finding it dangerous to health. As reported by the police, she learned about the dangers of the towers on the Internet, writes Ura.ru.
On the damage to the object the police reported the operator. The DPS outfit, who arrived at the scene, saw a local resident trying to set fire wires with rags around with matches.
About a month ago, a lady allegedly watched a video on the Internet that cell towers located near human settlements are dangerous to health. The woman began to think that her ailments and insomnia due to the fact that such a tower is located near her house.
Head of the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Sverdlovsk region
He added that the woman gave her husband vodka so that he would fall asleep when she set off to burn the tower. During the detention, she was found matches, a flashlight and a cylinder of pepper gas.
Against a 53-year-old woman, a criminal case was initiated under the article “Intentional damage to someone else’s property.”
Residents of the Russian regions are regularly faced with the fact that mobile operators install the tower too close to their housing. In May 2019, a resident of the Tver region cut down a tower near his house. According to him, the design emitted radiation that harmed his crop. At the same time, the falling tower touched the ten-kilovolt power line, leaving several households without electricity.
In June 2019, residents of the village of Chudinovo, Vladimir Region, came out toprotest against the installation of a cell phone tower in the village. They demanded to put the structure away from residential buildings.
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There are two ways to solve the problem of installing the tower without damaging it . The first is to contact the Roskomnadzor management with the requirement to check the tower for compliance with its radiation standards. The second is to go to court with a request to establish the legality of the location of the tower.