Rescuers start using foam to put out fire at oil depot near Kyiv
Rescuers have started using foam to put out the fire at the oil depot in Vasylkivskiy district of Kyiv region, the press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine said on Wednesday.
"As of 1200, the rescuers have started a foam attack to put out the fire," the report says.
According to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, six pieces of equipment and four GPS-600 foam generators are involved in the firefighting.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the evening of June 8, a fire broke out at BRSM-Nafta oil depot near the village of Hlevakha in Vasylkivskiy district of Kyiv region.
The fire has already killed five people, while another twelve people have been injured.
A total of ten vehicles have already been damaged as a result of a fire.