About 200 bodies found in Mariupol’s basement


The large number of corpses present in the city threatens to spread the epidemic among the residents

Apartments destroyed by shelling in Mariupol.
Apartments destroyed by shelling in Mariupol.AP
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Adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol under the control of Russian troops after the departure of Last keeper of azovstal pavementReported this Tuesday’s discovery About 200 bodies in decomposition condition Under the rubble in one of the basements of the port city.

“During the evacuation of a multi-storey building near the suburban station, about 200 bodies were found in the basement under rubble with a high degree of decomposition,” wrote Petro Andryshchenko in a message on Telegram, collected by the Union Agency had gone. , He said that “due to the refusal of the local population to collect and excrete the bodies of the dead, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations left the place.”

In this way, the bodies remain in place and due to the partially removed debris, “Almost the whole neighborhood smells bad”, said. It further pointed out that due to the rules of burial and exhumation introduced within the framework of the “ritual” by the Donetsk “state corporation” the transfer to the resuscitation of bodies previously buried in the courtyards of buildings has been practically stopped. . ,

Thus, “for a free ‘official’ mutiny, you must stand in line, take the body of the deceased to the ‘hen’ at your own expense, declare that the carcass has just been found or agrees to record a video in which the applicant states that he was killed by the Ukrainian army“, he explained. “Due to such conditions, a large number of corpses were packed in a makeshift morgue across the street”, he adds and explains the photographs accompanying his message.

added that “The city has become a great cemetery”, Andryushchenko on Monday called on residents to evacuate because of the threat of an epidemic caused by rain, rotting bodies and a lack of drinking water and warned that “the consequences of turning Mariupol into a ghetto would be disastrous.” “Rain water due to storm drains and clogged sewers, along with debris, the effects of decomposition and decomposing corpses spread poison throughout the city,” he said.

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