No radioactive materials leaked from the nuclear submarine Yekaterinburg who cought fire yesterday. The submarine was in a floating dock whick caught fire.
Helicopters and boats were used to put out the massive fire which could be seen miles away.
Russian oficcials say that no real danger was in place of radioactive materials leaking. The reactors were shut down before the ship docked and all missiles were removed.
Nine people were sent to a local hospital with injuries because of the massive smoke.
The naval yard is located in a close military area. The nearby city of Severomorsk is the headquarters of the Russian Northern fleet.