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Rescuers calculate fire in military depots near Vinnitsa for a day

  • Rescuers calculate fire in military depots near Vinnitsa for a day
  • Rescuers calculate fire in military depots near Vinnitsa for a day
  • Rescuers calculate fire in military depots near Vinnitsa for a day
  • Rescuers calculate fire in military depots near Vinnitsa for a day
  • Rescuers calculate fire in military depots near Vinnitsa for a day

Vinnytsia: The firefighters expect to liquidate the fire at military depots in Kalinovka near Vinnitsa for a day. On Wednesday, September 27, 7 fire-fighting tanks attracted to fire extinguishing.

This was reported by the head of the press service of the General Directorate of the DSES in Vinnytsia region Alexander Kutovoy.

In addition, 2.5 thousand employees of the State Service for Emergency Situations, the National Police, the National Guard, the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Security Service of Ukraine, the Ministry of Health and Ukrzaliznytsia were involved in the liquidation of the consequences of the explosions.

347 units of equipment were also involved, including 7 fire fighting tanks, 6 armored personnel carriers, 2 APU helicopters and AN-30 aircraft. Ukrzaliznytsya provided 4 fire trains.

The units of the DSNN have eliminated the burning of six houses into which ammunition has fallen. Evacuation of more than 30,000 people has been carried out, population transfers continue. With the residents working psychologists.

To ensure security, the movement of all types of transport is blocked: cars on the Zhitomir-Mogilev-Podolsky highway; trains on the stretch of Sosonka - Kalinovka South-Western Railway; air transport in a radius of 50 kilometers from Kalinovka.

Advisor to the President of Ukraine Yuri Biryukov said that the cause of the fire could become a drone.

Secretary of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on National Security and Defense Ivan Vinnik in an exclusive comment Front News International said that the state losses from the fire that occurred in the military warehouse, about 800 million US dollars.


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