Censor.NET reports citing the 1st Separate Assault Company and Dynka's wife, Natalia Semenenko, on Facebook.
Semenenko posted on Sept. 6 that her husband died on that day upon tripping a wire. She said he was a great man and a real warrior.
The Company wrote that comrade Yeher was one of the best fighters of the unit, who was always learning new things.
"He perfectly knew how to shoot several types of weapons. He hit enemy hardware many times. He was always the first one to go into fight, and demanded that the Ukrainian land was cleaned of the Russian occupant and the traitors," the message reads.
Dynka was 42 years old. He stepped on a trip wire and died of received wounds, his friend Oleksandr Lebid told 061.ua.
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