Kremenchuk tragedy: environmental specialist believes most people suffered from poisoning after combustion
Еcology specialist believes that many people suffered from poisoning after combustion.
In an interview for Rubryka, environmental monitoring expert Maksym Soroka suggested that during the fire in the shopping center in Kremenchuk, which occurred on June 27, most people died from poisoning by toxic substances released during the burning of building materials:
"If we talk about the Kremenchuk shopping center," continues Maksym Soroka, "it is logical to assume that there was a large amount of plastic. It is black carbon, soot, on the surface of which persistent organic and polycyclic compounds are absorbed, almost all of which are carcinogenic. Many people suffered not so much from the missile damage itself, but from poisoning after combustion. It is not advertised, but we have insider information that many people were poisoned — there was no time to save them," the expert shares.
Why public places are built from materials, the burning of which causes people to die from chemical poisoning, and how to prevent this, read in Rubryka's article about the ecological resistance of cities to war.