On Tuesday, March 28, due to a storm in

the Black Sea

, mine danger increases.

In particular, they can be nailed to the shore.

This was reported by the spokesman of Odesa OVA, Serhiy Bratchuk. 

"There is a high probability of sea mines breaking off their anchors and hitting the shore, as well as their drifting along the coast," he emphasized.

The OVA representative warns Odesa residents and guests of the region that the possible danger in the beach area is too high.

According to him, uncontrolled detonation of the mine is quite likely, especially in stormy weather. 

"In case of detection of a sea mine or objects similar to them, under no circumstances should you touch them. It is necessary to immediately call 102," Bratchuk noted. 

We will remind, on March 26, a sea mine detonated

in the Odesa region, in the village of Sychavka


A country house on the Black Sea coast was damaged.

There are no dead or injured.

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