The Beginning of the Chemical Attack Against the Ukrainians  

by Olha Povaliaieva
Tuesday, April 5, 2022
The Beginning of the Chemical Attack Against the Ukrainians   

Russians have just targeted a nitric acid tank in the Luhansk region

April 5. City of Rubizhne, Luhansk region. Russians blew up a nitrogen tank in eastern Ukraine.

Nitrogen is extremely dangerous in contact with mucous membranes and lungs. When nitrogen gets into the eyes, it causes necrosis and blindness, and when it gets into the lungs, severe pulmonary edema begins.

What do you have to do:

  • Urgently close windows and doors;
  • If you have a gas mask — put it on;
  • If you do not have a gas mask — wear a damp mask/gauze to protect your lungs.

If you or your partner have been exposed to nitrogen:

  • The victim should be given access to oxygen immediately;
  • Wash away possible nitrogen contamination for at least 15 minutes and change clothes;
  • Rinse the victim's eyes for at least 15 minutes;
  • Give the victim to drink as much water as possible.

We remind you that this is not the first attempt by Russians to kill Ukrainians without weapons. From mid-March to April 3, the Russian horde was on the territory of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, holding personnel hostage and shelling dangerous elements of the station. On April 3, the Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated the station, and the first ignorant Chernobyl occupiers began to die of radiation sickness. We expect provocations from Russia and assurances from the looting horde that the Ukrainians blew up the nitrogen tank and are trying to kill both Russians and Ukrainians.

Take care of yourself and believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Glory to Ukraine!

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