19:11 17 Mar 2022

Russian aircraft dropped anti-personnel mines on Sumy

During the night raids on Sumy, Russian aircraft scattered "dangerous petals": PFM-1 (PFM-1C) anti-personnel mines.

This was reported on the Facebook page of the Sumy City Council.

City residents are asked to be careful and cautious, in any case not to take the findings and not to try to neutralize them.

If you see something, call 102.

An antipersonnel mine is very dangerous because it can go unnoticed or unrecognized and you can step on it.

With untimely medical care for leg injuries, a person can die from severe blood loss.

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