The automobile part of the EMERCOM of Russia with humanitarian aid to the families of the miners who died and received the damage caused by the accident at the mine. Zasyadko, crossed the border and should in Donetsk, told reporters at the National center for crisis management of the emergencies Ministry.
More than twenty cars driven in Donetsk More than 200 tons of humanitarian aid - food, Lekarstva and Medical supplies. This column extraordinary, it was formed urgently, and her training had gone little More than a day. Part of the cargo in the Rostov region was delivered by aircraft.
"at the border checkpoint" Matveev Kurgan " in the prescribed manner ended customs clearance. All cars have passed customs and border surveillance and successfully crossed the state border ", - told the national center for crisis management.
in customs clearance participated Authorized border guard and customs services of Ukraine, at the border checkpoint was present and correspondents.
in Donetsk to help the families of the dead and received damage miners are Authorized EMERCOM - rescuers, doctors and psychologists." Today psychologists EMERCOM of Russia will continue to provide psychological assistance to the relatives of the dead and received damage. Medical workers of the EMERCOM of Russia will participate in the consultation and will consider delivery received damages in medical institutions of the Russian Federation ", - told reporters, Deputy head of the southern regional emergency center.
The Zasyadko mine - coal mining enterprise in Kyivskyi district of Donetsk. Now this is the only enterprise in Donetsk, which is engaged in coal mining.
The last incident at the mine occurred in the night of November 5, 2012 at Zasyadko mine on the horizon 1078 meters. Then there was a sudden outburst of coal and gas, as a result of which died miner.
on the night of 18 November 2007 at the Zasyadko mine was an Explosion of methane-air mixture. At this point, there were over 400 people, most of them were evacuated. Gas explosion claimed the lives of 101 miner.