The fire on the Russian nuclear submarine that broke out yesterday is finally out, according to Russian authorities. The sub was doused with water and partially submerged—with crewmembers still inside—but the fire continued to burn through the night. Officials say there have been no radiation leaks and that the sub's nuclear missiles were not onboard, but seven workers have been hospitalized after breathing toxic fumes. The sub was built in 1984 and was in dry dock when a wooden scaffolding reportedly caught fire. President Dmitry Medvedev summoned cabinet officials and demanded anyone found responsible be punished.