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A tank containing hydrochloric acid has been blown up at a chemical plant in Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) town of Rubezhnoe. Allegedly retreating Ukrainian forces are to blame. Further investigations will be conducted to prove definitively if this is the case once it is safe to access the site. 

The tank explosion is in a populated area, and the LPR’s militia warned that “these terrorist actions might lead to mass civilian casualties,” and currently authorises are collecting information about any casualties caused as a result of this explosion.

On top of that, the LPR accused Ukrainian media of “actively spreading fakes” that Donbas fighters had sabotaged the plant themselves. They claim that Kiev has been doing so to mask their own tracks as they’ve committed their own 

“criminal terrorist actions.”

Sergey Gairai, Kiev nominated governor of Lugansk, took to his Telegram channel on Tuesday, warning of a Russian projectile strike on a nitric acid tank in the area. He gave explicit instruction for local residents to remain indoors, close all windows and doors, as well as to prepare wet face masks. He warned that “nitric acid is dangerous if inhaled or swallowed.” 

At this stage it is unclear if he was referring to the same incident or a seperate one entirely. Currently Ukrainian authorities have remained tight-lipped, giving no comment on the incident, nor have Russian officials.

The ‘Zarya’ chemical plant was the focus of this attack, which was once considered to be one of Ukraine’s leading chemical manufacturers. Since the incident there have been videos circulating online displaying thick orange tinged smoke blanketing the area, which is home to some residential complex’s.

At the time of the attack, the plant was being used to store sulphuric and hydrochloric acid. In high concentrations and when released into the atmosphere the acids can transform into a toxic fog of which has a devastating effect on human respiratory system. If mixed with certain oxidisers, it can be converted into deadly chlorine gas, which is fatal to humans.

Moscow warned the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) at the start of March about the potential for false flag attacks staged by Ukrainian radicals, which could involve the use of chemical agents. 

Russia’s statement to the OPCW:

“Ukrainian radical groups aided by the American security services have developed several potential scenarios of using toxic chemicals to stage various false flag attacks.”

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