The invaders shelled the railway station and got into refrigerated car with the remains of their soldiers
On October 18, Russian troops shelled one of the railway stations in eastern Ukraine. This was reported by the Railway Supply magazine referring to the words of the chairman of the board of JSC “Ukrzaliznytsia” Alexander Kamyshin.
Kamyshin did not specify which station he was talking about, but said that as a result of Russian shelling, one refrigerated car with the bodies of Russian invaders was damaged.
“Malum se ipsum devorat,” Kamyshin wrote, which in Latin means “Evil devours itself.”
The head of Ukrzaliznytsia also added that there were no victims among passengers and railway workers.
This is not the first russian shell hit on refrigerated cars with the corpses of Russian soldiers, and it is already difficult to say whether this is done deliberately or by accident.
In the spring, UZ sent some of its refrigerator cars to collect and transport the remains of the Russian invaders. However, the Russian military leadership is not interested in receiving this cargo.
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