Explosions in a warehouse near Vinnitsa has led to changes to the routes 14 trains

© RIA Novosti / Sergey Pathiterator in fotosencibilization traffic light. Archival photoExplosions in a warehouse near Vinnitsa has led to changes to the routes 14 trains© RIA Novosti / Sergey Pathiterator the image Bank

Fourteen trains have changed their routes because of explosions at a military ammunition depot in Vinnytsia oblast in Ukraine, according to the company «Ukrzaliznytsya».

According to the Ukrainian police ammunition detonated around 10 PM on Tuesday. Residents of the village of Kalynivka and neighboring villages to evacuate. The alarm raised by the police in Vinnytsia, Zhytomyr and Khmelnytsky regions. In place headed by the head of the General staff of Ukraine. Media reported that the stock is stored missiles systems of volley fire «Smerch», «Uragan» and «Grad». In addition, the Ukrainian authorities have closed the airspace in a radius of 50 kilometers from the zone of fire.

«The twenty-sixth of September from 22.10 completely closed for movement of trains railroad track Pine-Kalynivka. This is due to the security measures in connection with the emergency in military warehouses in/h A-1119, at Kalinovka. The movement of trains is not carried out on both routes of transhumance. Evacuated employees of the four train stations: Kalinovka-1, village-2, Hulivtsi, Polonetskaya and separation Solnicki. Due to emergency 14 trains ply the route changed», — is spoken in the message.

This is not the first fire in military warehouses in Ukraine over the past week. Earlier in the Donetsk region on the outskirts of the village near Mariupol lit up the ammunition depot of the Ukrainian security forces, there were several explosions. Later, the explosions stopped, nearby houses evacuated local residents. The press service of the state service for emergency situations on September 23 announced the elimination of the fire.

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