10 people died in Ukraine due to bad weather, dozens were injured, including children. All the details
Severe weather conditions in Ukraine have already killed 10 people. Another 23 people were injured, including minors.
Rescuers have pulled about 1,500 vehicles out of the snowdrifts. This was reported by the press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.
In Odesa region, rescuers pulled 849 vehicles out of snow traps, including 24 buses and 17 emergency vehicles. Help was provided to 2,498 people, including 162 children.
In the Odesa region, 5 people died and 15 others were injured as a result of the weather. Traffic on a number of highways was restricted due to snow drifts.
In Mykolaiv region, rescuers responded to calls 66 times and towed 144 vehicles. Traffic remains difficult on some road sections. Two people were killed and two others injured in the region.
In total, 8 roads in Ukraine remain closed to traffic, all in Mykolaiv and Kirovohrad regions. 411 settlements in 11 regions are without electricity. A total of 1,530 vehicles have been towed from the snowdrifts.
As a reminder, a mega-storm hit the Krasnodar region of Russia, flooding localities. Huge waves flooded the streets of Sochi, in particular. Moreover, a three-story building collapsed in Sochi as a result of the storm.
Earlier it was reported that on the afternoon of November 26, the snow "apocalypse" hit primarily Odesa region. The roads and streets were in chaos, and in the regional center, the wind tore down a boiler room pipe.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the sea burst its banks in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The storm was the largest on the peninsula in the last 100 years, and the sea waves washed away Russian trenches.