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200 bodies found in the basement of a collapsed house in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol

200 bodies found in the basement of a collapsed house in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol

In the basement of a collapsed apartment building in Mariupol, 200 bodies were found in an advanced state of decomposition. This was stated by an employee of the Ukrainian government. According to Petro Andryushenko, an employee of the mayor who fled from Mariupol, the bodies were discovered during excavations.

According to Anton Hirashink, an adviser to the Ukrainian Ministry of the Interior, Russian forces were going to try to remove the bodies by the local population. When they refused, the Russians had left the mass grave behind.

According to Petro Androchenko, adviser to the mayor of the coastal city of Mariupol, 200 bodies were found in the basement of an apartment building. Mariupol is now completely in the hands of the Russians and has begun to clear the rubble. The bodies were said to have been found during these purges. He reported this on Telegram.

“Because the locals refused to collect and pack the bodies, the Russians left,” Andrushchenko said. As a result, the dead bodies remained in place. The stench can be smelled almost throughout the neighborhood through the partially disintegrated ruins.

The eastern port city of Mariupol was heavily bombed by the Russian army. The last soldiers at the Azovstal plant, the city’s last Ukrainian stronghold, surrendered after a weeks-long siege late last week.

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