The cause of the fire and explosions at the ammunition depot in the Luhansk region’s Svatove is negligence of officials.
The militants have committed a number of armed provocations in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area last night.
Bodies of two military who were killed by the fire at the ammunition storage have been found in Svatove, the Luhansk region. The deceased were field engineers from the field engineering unit, originally from the Volyn and Cherkasy regions.
Water and power supply has been renewed in full in the town of Svatove, the Luhansk region, as of Nov. 2. Gas supply has been resumed in the Svatove district except for two apartments in the town.
The last day in the ATO area passed completely quiet. The militants didn’t violate the Minsk agreements.
The major fire in Svatove (Luhansk region), which took place yesterday as a result of the explosion at an ammunition depot, was managed to be completely extinguished.
The authorities of the region have announced campaign to gather humanitarian aid for Svatove victims and evacuees.
Head of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine Mykola Chechotkin states fire in Svatove has been taken under control as of 3 p.m., Oct. 30.
Possible reason for fire at the ammunition storage near Svatove, the Luhansk region, might be enemy's activities aimed at destabilization of the situation in the region.
One Ukrainian soldier was killed in the Donbas yesterday in explosions of the ammunition in Svatove, the Luhansk region.
Law enforcers say the explosions halted, but single missile detonations continue. Militia servicemen continue evacuation of residents to safe distances and patrolling the city.
The residents of Svatove were evacuated from the areas of the city adjacent to the burning ammunition depot.
Nine five-story buildings, six four-story buildings, and 20 three-story buildings have been damaged in the explosions in Svatove while panic sets in.
Control headquarters started operating in Svatove, the Luhansk region, where ammunition storage facilities started exploding yesterday evening.
Two people have been killed as a result of explosions of ammunition that are underway in the territory of a military base in the city of Svatove in the Luhansk region.