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Ukrainian rescuers extinguished 50 wildfires a day

Katerina Belousova

In Kyiv, firefighters and communal workers put out 2 hectares of grass for more than an hour

In Ukraine, rescuers extinguished more than 50 fires in ecosystems in one day, where the fire destroyed vegetation on almost 18 hectares.

The fires on June 14 were caused by man-made causes and careless handling of the fire, according to the State Coinspection on Facebook.

In Poltava region there were 5 man-made fires in open areas, where 2.85 hectares of dry vegetation burned. Also in the forest of private argicultural enterprise "Kovpakivets" of Rublivsky forestry near the village of Demyanivka, the fire destroyed 3.8 hectares of forest litter.

In the Mykolayiv region, careless handling of fire caused fires in the villages of Slyvyne and Akmechetski Stavky, where the total area of ​​the fire was more than 3.5 hectares.

“On the territory of Odesa region there were 11 trips to burn dry vegetation. The affected area is 5.77 hectares, ”the article reads.

Also in Kiev in Darnytskyi district on the the Collectorna street was burning grass. Firefighters and communal workers put out the fire on an area of ​​2 hectares for more than an hour.

“Be responsible and careful with fire. Protect the ecosystems of Ukraine! ” - emphasized in DEI.

We will remind, in Volyn detained a arsonist through whom burned more than 100 hectares of land.

As EcoPolitics reported earlier, Russian troops are in Luhansk region destroyed more than 17,000 hectares of forest.

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