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Citizens of Crimean Armyansk report on new chemical emissions

Some locals were hospitalized with complaints against the chemical irritation; he doctors advise to leave the city
13:32, 11 October 2018

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The citizens of Armyansk, occupied Crimea, complain about new chemical emissions to the atmosphere as Hromadske reported citing the information of the local citizen.

According to Kateryna Pyvovar, the distinctive smell was felt in the city in the morning on October 10. Her children and she were hospitalized with complaints against the chemical irritation.

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The citizen of Armyansk claimed that she got burns of the nasal mucosa. She added that the doctors confirmed the poisoning by the chemicals.

"A doctor wrote that it is an allergic reaction to the toxic substances," a woman reported to the news agency, noting that the doctors advise her to leave the city.

Also, the users of the social networks report on the signs of the chemical emissions.

Related: Ukraine's Ministry offers to impose sanctions against six chemical companies for work in Crimea

As we reported, an unknown substance was discharged in the air in Armyansk, North Crimea in August. A greasy mud with a yellow shade appeared on metallic objects, roofs, and leaves on the trees.   

Moreover, toxic chemicals were detected in the air in the Kherson region, southern Ukraine.  

Related: Occupation authorities of Crimea can nationalize "Crimean Tytan"

On September 6, it was reported that the plant on the production of the titanium dioxide, the subsidiary of “Titanium investments” in Crimean Armyansk would completely stop its work on Sunday, September 9.  

Reportedly, 61 Ukrainian border guards were affected by the emission of chemicals. Five of them have been hospitalized. They were in Odesa Clinical Hospital of State Border Guard Service of Ukraine (SBGS).  

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