The occupying authorities urged local residents to stay at home and breathe through cotton-gauze bandages.
In occupied Donetsk, an ammonia leak allegedly occurred at a brewery.
This is reported by the Russian media. The plant is located in the Kalininsky district of the city.
“There is a strong smell of ammonia on the streets of Donetsk after the shelling. Emergency workers in gas masks are working at the scene,” the Russian agency writes.
The occupying authorities reportedly urged local residents to stay at home and breathe through cotton-gauze bandages. It is also stated that “the zone affected by chemicals is two kilometers.”
Also, residents of the city are asked to take measures for additional sealing of their apartments (houses), premises.
As you know, on August 9, in the Crimea occupied by the Russian Federation, explosions occurred in the area of a military airfield near the city of Saki. It was from this air base that enemy planes flew to bomb the Zaporozhye, Nikolaev and Kherson regions.
The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that the explosions occurred due to the detonation of ammunition. There were reports of injuries and one death.
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry also reacted to this.