The top of the mountain was the “snowy”.
The work of the humanitarian organization Halo Trust, which is conducting the mine on the mountain Karachun, in the near future will be extremely difficult: areas where recently was a forest fire covered with ashes as if with snow, into which the foot sinks ankle-deep in places.
Pictures of the aftermath of the fire has placed forest workers and tractor drivers who participated in the localization of fire areas. People who have become the unwitting observers of the incident, say that they heard the breaks — it is obvious that some of the mines during a fire still detonated.
Fires in the Donetsk region last month was caused by the spontaneous combustion of dry grass due to dry, hot and windy weather, and fire fighters in front-line areas.
“Just talked to civilians Zhovanki (the area of zaytsevo village on the outskirts of the occupied city of Horlivka), which is not included in the list of settlements located on the line of contact. Today burned more than ten homes — shared Kharkiv volunteer, head of the humanitarian mission “Propiska” Eugene Caplin. — Some people tried to fight the elements on their own — brought down the flames with improvised means, as of water in the Zhovanka tight, then again the water is broken due to attacks, some people waited out the shelling in cellars, praying that the shells and the flames got to their shelters. Wrote to our volunteers FREE of despair. Asked to inform their relatives that they are in the basement, and if in the morning will no longer respect or they won’t Wake up, so we reported it to their loved ones. The same situation on 15 August was Experienced in the village next to Donetsk airport today is home to 43 people, 21 of them are in the lower part of the village, which was on fire. All of them — the elderly, many of them well over seventy, some barely move, some almost do not see or hear of the endless life in the cellars or the surviving outbuildings, which they conduct over the past three years.”
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