Ternopil region, rescuers cleared artillery shell during the Second World War

April 15 at 11:55 in Ternopil Street Kiev 6a during cleaning of the locals found an artillery shell caliber 76-mm. The Second World War. Group of pyrotechnic works rescue special unitManagement appointment at 15:30 removed and disposed of by explosive remnants controlled blasting. Citizens, city ’ Yatai, explosive remnants are mortal threat. These include artillery shells, rockets and engineering mines, bombs, hand grenades, detonators and others. They all contain explosivesand may explode on impact, friction, shock, or other mechanical influences. Explosives used in munitions, are chemical compounds of various color – from light yellow to dark brown. Even after a long stay in the water or land, these substances do not lose the ability to explode, and in some casesOh, after the chemical interaction with metal casing ammunition, form a new kind of very sensitive compounds. Munitions remaining undetected after World War II can be found in the water, in the woods, in the fields, in the garden, in the ruins of buildings during the excavation. Most often they are found in areas of former combatants. PreventIN NO EVENT To avoid accidents, we must remember that the appearance of ammunition from a long stay in the soil or in water varies. They are deformed by moisture, rust and explode from the slightest touch. Therefore, in the case of strangers, suspicious objects or those outside like explosive claimredmety: in any case can not touch them; * Please arrange fence or guard place of occurrence; * Immediately notify the department of public emergency services (phone number « 101 »), notify the police, military authorities or other bodies of executive power; * Remove all others from location boyeprymovement. Correctly and safely defuse explosive devices can only experienced professionals. In no case do not try to do this alone, because it can lead to tragic consequences.