Streets in occupied Hola Prystan still flooded

Streets in occupied Hola Prystan still flooded

The Russian invaders do not help residents of the temporarily occupied Hola Prystan in Kherson region to eliminate the consequences of the flooding. The streets are still flooded, and the water level reaches 70 cm in some places.

"Streets in Hola Prystan are still flooded, water reaches even 70 cm in some places. People complain about the stench. The Russians do not pump the water out, they do not help with anything. The electricity appears for a while and then disappears again. Occupiers do not respond to appeals from affected households. Most likely, there may be bodies of people who died as a result of flooding," Oleksandr Tolokonnikov, the spokesman for the Kherson Regional Military Administration, said during the United News telethon, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

According to him, the invaders are actively setting up military hospitals on the left bank because there are many wounded and those suffering from infectious diseases.

At the same time, a certain rotation of the Russian military takes place in Henichesk community.

"New troops arrive and, as usual, start their ‘work’ with looting health resorts and guesthouses. They even have special warehouses in every community, where they take the looted goods and sign them," the spokesman said.

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