Estalló un depósito de municiones militares en Ucrania, evacúan a 30 mil personas (fotos)

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Unas 30.000 personas fueron evacuadas hoy de varios pueblos situados en la región de Vinnytsia, al noroeste de Ucrania, debido a un incendio que afectó a uno de los mayores depósitos de municiones del país, según informaron medios locales.

El fuego, que comenzó en la noche del martes en la ciudad de Kalinivka por motivos que aún se desconocen, originó una serie de explosiones que han causado la pérdida de más del 10 % del arsenal militar allí almacenado, declaró el Estado Mayor.

A raíz del incendio dos personas resultaron heridas, aunque las lesiones no fueron graves, mientras que los evacuados fueron trasladados al hospital de Vinnystia y a varias escuelas de la provincia.

Según fuentes del Ministerio de Defensa de Ucrania, el depósito incendiado cuenta con unas 60 hectáreas y almacena aproximadamente 188.000 toneladas de municiones.

Los Servicios de Seguridad ucranianos están investigando las causas del incendio, aunque no descartan la posibilidad de que se trate de un “sabotaje” contra las Fuerzas Armadas del país.

Las autoridades locales bloquearon el tráfico en varias líneas ferroviarias así como en las carreteras que conectan esta región con la capital del país, y han ordenado también el cierre del espacio aéreo en un radio de cincuenta kilómetros de la zona del incendio.

Por su parte, el presidente ucraniano, Petró Poroshenko, convocó un gabinete militar de emergencia para evaluar lo sucedido. EFE

Fotos AFP y Reuters

This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
Men pass as munitions explode at a military depot on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
Men pass as munitions explode at a military depot on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
Cars pass as munitions explode at a military depot on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
Cars pass as munitions explode at a military depot on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
A man looks on outside of a home destroyed during explosions at a military depot near the Ukrainian town of Kalynivka, early on September 27, 2017. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
A man looks on outside of a home destroyed during explosions at a military depot near the Ukrainian town of Kalynivka, early on September 27, 2017.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
People evacuate from the town of Kalynivka following munition explosions at the nearby military depot on September 27, 2017. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY
People evacuate from the town of Kalynivka following munition explosions at the nearby military depot on September 27, 2017.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY
People evacuate from the town of Kalynivka following munition explosions at the nearby military depot on September 27, 2017. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
People evacuate from the town of Kalynivka following munition explosions at the nearby military depot on September 27, 2017.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
National guard servicemen patrol the streets after the evacuation of the town of Kalynivka following explosions at a nearby arms depot on September 27, 2017. Ukrainian authorities evacuated more than 30,000 people on September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge arms depot caught fire and set off explosions in what prosecutors said was a possible act of "sabotage". / AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY
National guard servicemen patrol the streets after the evacuation of the town of Kalynivka following explosions at a nearby arms depot on September 27, 2017.
Ukrainian authorities evacuated more than 30,000 people on September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge arms depot caught fire and set off explosions in what prosecutors said was a possible act of “sabotage”.
/ AFP PHOTO / SERGEI SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 shows a home destroyed during munition explosions originating from a military depot near the Ukrainian town of Kalynivka. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 shows a home destroyed during munition explosions originating from a military depot near the Ukrainian town of Kalynivka.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 shows a home destroyed during munition explosions originating from a military depot near the Ukrainian town of Kalynivka. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 shows a home destroyed during munition explosions originating from a military depot near the Ukrainian town of Kalynivka.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
A car passes while munitions explode at a military depot on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
A car passes while munitions explode at a military depot on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot. Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of "sabotage". It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east -- a charge both sides denied. / AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
This photo taken on September 27, 2017 near Kalynivka shows explosions at a military munitions depot.
Ukranian authorities evacuated nearly 30,000 people September 27 from the central Vinnytsya region after a huge munitions depot caught fire and set off artillery shells and blasts prosecutors were treating as an act of “sabotage”. It was the second major incident affecting a Ukrainian weapons storage site this year. Kiev blamed the first one in March on Moscow and its Russian-backed insurgents fighting Ukrainian forces in the war-wrecked east — a charge both sides denied.
/ AFP PHOTO / Sergei SUPINSKY
Traces of ammunition are seen after a fire at a warehouse storing ammunition for multiple rocket launcher systems at a military base in the town of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region, Ukraine September 26, 2017. Picture taken September 26, 2017 REUTERS/Yurii Basiuk
Traces of ammunition are seen after a fire at a warehouse storing ammunition for multiple rocket launcher systems at a military base in the town of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region, Ukraine September 26, 2017. Picture taken September 26, 2017 REUTERS/Yurii Basiuk
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