On Tuesday, December 4, Solomenskiy district of Kiev there was a technological disaster.
This was announced by the district administration.
Data show that there is a breakthrough thermal collector. Because of this no heat left homes and infrastructure.
“There was a rush in the heat collector (Chokolovskiy Boulevard) without heating remained 750 buildings, of which 509 homes, 10 medical schools, 23 kindergartens and 11 schools”, – stated in the message.
Urgently utilities are trying to solve the accident. They promise to restore the heat during the day.
Earlier it was reported that in the first days of December the weather became Ukrainians prepared a lot of surprises, then the snow melts, the formed solid ice on the roads. And although officials report that “the situation is under control”, but the result is very different – numerous injuries, car accidents, take to the streets was simply too dangerous.
Wet snow, rain and dangerous ice. These weather conditions will soon be in Ukraine. Most victims of a fall on a slippery road in the Poltava region.
According to the doctor-traumatologist Vladimir Roshko, victims of the ice to treat injured body parts not less than 2 weeks, and if it fractures, from one month to six months. Depends on the age of the patient. The older you are, the longer fused bone.
We will remind, in Kiev idleness public utilities saved with the flying rails of the trolley: the situation is on the verge of absurdity. Fortunately, road accident has done without victims.
As reported Know. ua, the utility once again epic screwed up, bad weather decimated the victims on the whole Ukraine never was, and there it is again. Numerous injuries, car accidents – the streets became dangerous.
Also Know As. ua wrote about snowy sidewalks and slippery thresholds: while bloggers put credits Klitschko, Kiev fail in snowdrifts. The bus just “crawl” on the streets, people themselves taking up shovels, but at the KSCA about it no one heard.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.