Donetsk morgues are overcrowded with occupants: bodies are piled up in corridors, there is a threat of infection
With the intensification of the occupation forces in the area of Avdiivka, the enemy army has suffered increased losses. In Donetsk, where the bodies of the Russian "two hundredth" are being brought from the nearest directions, there is an acute shortage of places in morgues.
This was reported by the Center for National Resistance on its website, citing data from the Ukrainian underground. Employees of morgues in the occupied center of Donetsk region are worried that improper storage of corpses could provoke an epidemic outbreak.
"The unsuccessful attempts of the Russian occupation army to assault Ukrainian positions resulted in huge losses for the occupiers. Hundreds of Russians are brought to Donetsk morgues every day, where there is a critical lack of space," the Center for National Resistance reported.
Residents of the city said that the bodies of liquidated servicemen of the aggressor country are left in the corridors, in the yards of morgues and in other premises that are not adapted for this.
In addition, the enemy suffers losses due to the work of Ukrainian guerrillas, the Center for National Resistance emphasized.
"The underground helps the Defense Forces to effectively hit enemy targets in the rear of the temporarily occupied territories. Each successful artillery strike brings the liberation of our territories from the invaders closer," the press service emphasized.
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, on October 14, the losses of the Russian Armed Forces in the war against our country amounted to 880 people. More detailed statistics can be found here.
As OBOZ.UA previously reported:
- Earlier, the commander of the 59th Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Vadym Sukharevsky said that the enemy focused on attacks from the flanks and moved three new brigades to the area of Avdiivka.
- The Economist believes that the battle for Avdiivka will affect Ukraine 's offensive regardless of the results achieved by the occupiers. Russian assaults on this section of the frontline will limit the ability of the Ukrainian Defense Forces to make a breakthrough in the south before the onset of winter.