One of the first imported Aston Martin DB11s cars got crashed in Ukraine. After crash man left it on a road side and left leaving the note under windshield:
Ukrainian couple made such photos on a beach where planes landing like this. Couple of more photos and girl’s words:
Nine monkeys run away from zoo, settle in a village (vacation homes) near Odessa. Stay already for a week free, weren’t caught yet. Here photos and news video:
In Ukraine transport inspector call police to say he is hit by truck and now on a hood of a moving truck. Video:
Emergency Service of Ukraine has been reported that a place called “rusty forest” is on fire. It’s called “rusty” because of its color – its brownish. Why is it brownish?
A man, technician, working in an Internet service provider in Donetsk region posted some photos showing how it is like to be working in a Internet provider in a region that is being hit by a war. These regions had severe military clashes in the last few years and still being shelled and exchange fires often. But the technical team of the provider still tries to provide uninterrupted Internet service for the people of the region. Sometimes they have to solve really untypical tasks because conditions are very different from the norm.
For example on the first photo you can see an aftermath of a 120mm shell hitting the roof of the building. The shell fragments in turn hit the Internet box with a router and ac/dc converter.
Thirty-two years ago, on this day April 26th a most famous and probably biggest nuclear accident in modern history of man has happened. A Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant got shocked by an explosion which caused hundreds of casualties a whole city to be abandoned and a lot of nuclear fallout fears and actual pollution happened. Today we will see how the place looks today and we going to start with those tour buses that leave from Kiev railroad station to bring tourists to Chernobyl. Yes, it’s that easy now – you just get to the capital Ukraine and from there you take a tour bus to Chernobyl. This is how it goes:
Pripyat is a ghost city in Ukraine. UNESCO included it in its list as a world heritage city after the nuclear accident in the 1980s. We’ve often seen photos from it but for the first time here comes infrared photos.
Svetlana Alexeenko is considered to be the last person who was born in Pripyat, place where nuclear power plant exploded. She was born April 26th, 1986, ten hours after the nuclear accident happened there.
A fire happened on the Army ammo warehouse in Kalinovka village, Ukraine causing a big accident for nearby houses and people. Here are some aftermath photos.