Ukrainian ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova turned to prosecutor's office, demanding to run the check of safety measures observation in Luhansk region, which has to do with the recent tragedy at Chervony Partyzan coal mine. The official also asked the Red Cross to help the families of miners. Denisova herself posted that on Facebook.
According to her, she asked the prosecutor's office in Luhansk region to add the respective information to the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations; the breach of safety regulations in that particular case led to the death of people, Denisova claimed.
She also sent letters to the head of subdelegation of the ICRC in Luhansk and Head of the ICRC in Severodonetsk, asking these officials to provide material and psychological assistance to those who suffered in that accident, and the families of those who deceased in it.
On September 6, the underground elevator at Chervony Partyzan coal mine in Luhansk region (occupied territory of Ukraine) fell down, killing nine and injuring 19 people; three of them are in grave condition.