Whole house flooded into Odesa after flood in Kherson region, sea becomes a landfill. Video.
An entire building washed up on the shores of Odesa by the Black Sea, which was blown away by the current in the Kherson region. In addition, many other things can already be seen there, including furniture, household appliances, animal bodies - the sea is literally turning into a landfill.
Relevant photos and videos are published on Telegram channels. The consequences of the Russian ecocide in southern Ukraine are recorded by border guards. It is noted that a pestilence of fish is beginning in the sea due to the pollution (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).
The fact that, among other things, water carries mines and ammunition is also a significant danger. Citizens were urged not to neglect their own safety and to contact the competent services if they find dangerous objects.
The day before, the remains of a street toilet were found on one of Odesa's beaches, which had also been carried away by the current. In addition, the water began to throw away household appliances, furniture, gas cylinders and many other things.
Residents of flooded Kherson also report that the water flooded cesspools and entire neighbourhoods were covered in faeces. According to Kherson residents, the scale of the disaster is much larger than the one stated by the local authorities.
A resident of Kherson called for public discussion of this problem so that people would be aware of the danger that lies in the water on the streets. She also said that there are a huge number of flooded houses, not just one thousand, as the local authorities claimed. According to her, the areas most affected by the flooding were those located in the coastal zone.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- The network showed the horrific scale of the terrorist attack on the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station. The water has completely swallowed up the remains of the dam, and only a part of the engine room of the Kakhovka HPP is visible in the middle of the river;
- before the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station dam, the occupiers jammed communications in the Kherson region. Thus, the occupiers tried to conceal the scale of the man-made disaster even from their own units.