Landslide hits vicinities of holiday camp in Odesa region

Source : 112 Ukraine

Rescue teams dismantle the debris; there could be people underneath
19:06, 22 June 2021

Landslide in Odesa region, June 2021
State Emergency Service of Ukraine

A landslide occurred near the holiday camp in Levedivka village, Odesa region. Search and rescue teams dismantle the debris, as there could be people underneath. Ukraine's State Emergency Service reported that on June 22.

The police patrol informed the Service of the incident at 2.34 p.m. local time. 

Rescue teams reached the site and found out that the landslide affected the area of 150 square meters. They are checking the information about possible casualties.

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In April 2021, a ventilation system in the coal mine named after Oleksandr Skochynsky malfunctioned. More than 300 miners were trapped under the ground. Oleksiy Kulemzin, the head of militant-controlled city "administration" reported that on Telegram. According to the official, the actual number of people under the ground was 329. They were evacuated. According to the local news agency, the coal named after Oleksandr Skochynsky started working in 1975. THe miners produce agglomerating coal; over 45 years in service, they mined some 30 million tons of coal. The maximum depth of mining works in 1,350 meters below the ground.

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