Four scenarios behind fire at ammunition depot near Kalynivka
Investigators are working out four basic scenarios behind the fire at an ammunition depot of the Ukrainian Armed Forces near Kalynivka (Vinnytsia region), which subsequently led to artillery shells exploding, the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine has reported.
"Under the leadership of the military prosecutor of the Central Region of Ukraine, urgent investigative actions and measures are being taken to solve the crime. Four basic investigative scenarios of the criminal offense are being worked out," reads the report.
The prosecutor's office recalled that in connection with the explosion of ammunition the Military Prosecutor's Office of the Central Region of Ukraine had included information in the single register of pre-trial investigations under Article 113 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (sabotage).
The pre-trial investigation in the proceedings was entrusted to the investigation department of the Ukrainian Security Service's (SBU) office in Vinnytsia region.
At the same time, the Prosecutor General's Office took control of the state of the pre-trial investigation.
As reported, at around 22:00 on September 26, reports arrived about explosions of ammunition in an arsenal of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry near the town of Kalynivka (Vinnytsia region). Residents of Kalynivka and the populated areas in a 10-kilometer zone were notified of the accident. The population was being evacuated.