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Car arson of editor-in-chief of TVi TV channel in Kyiv

The journalist himself explains this with his professional activity
14:10, 12 May 2019

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The car of the editor-in-chief of the TVi TV channel Volodymyr Yehorov was set on fire in Kyiv. Yehorov wrote this on Facebook.

“Today, at 4:30 a.m., my car was set on fire. I think this is because of my professional activity. The neighbors are talking about a bang, it was arson for sure. The good news is that no one got hurt,” he wrote.

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According to the editor-in-chief, the firefighters and the police officers arrived at the spot immediately, but the car cannot be restored.

The law enforcers and rescuers have not commented on the incident yet.

Earlier, the police told the details of the incident at one of the polling stations in Borzna, Chernihiv region. Earlier today a man threw flammable liquid in the direction of the voting booth.

According to her, a drunk man came to the polling station, after shouting the threat "I will set you on fire," he took out a liter bottle of flammable liquid and threw it in the direction of the polling booth.

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