A gas explosion in a residential building in the Ukrainian town of Drohobych, Lviv region, killed two and injured seven people, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine has reported.
Accidents and Emergencies
Ukraine is concerned about the lack of data from particular International Monitoring System’s stations after a radioactive incident in Russia on August 8, 2019.
On August 27, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in most regions of Ukraine.
On August 23-27, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in some regions of Ukraine.
In Luhansk region, residents of Novodruzhesk, Pryvillia and Lysychansk remain without water for the third day because of debts of the municipal water supply company Lysychanskvodokanal, according to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine.
Six people killed in a fire at the Tokyo Star Hotel in Odesa have been identified: among them is an Australian citizen.
Over 900 people have drowned in Ukrainian rivers and lakes since the start of 2019, the press service of the State Emergency Service has reported.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine has warned of an extreme level of fire hazard in most regions.
As of Wednesday morning, August 14, some 205 populated areas in five regions of Ukraine were left without electricity due to bad weather conditions, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine has reported.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has advised Ukrainian citizens to restrict travel across areas of Greece where, due to the heat and strong winds, the highest fourth and fifth levels of fire danger were declared.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine has warned of deterioration in weather conditions in some regions on August 13-14.
Amber miners have damaged more than 7,000 hectares of land in three Ukrainian regions: over 6,200 hectares of forest land and more than 1,000 hectares of agricultural land.
Extreme level of fire hazard is expected in seven regions of Ukraine today.
Extreme level of fire hazard is expected in seven regions of Ukraine in the next three days.