Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Belgorod. Zinc coffins were found in a landfill where they were taken from the war

Zinc coffins have been found in a dump in Belgorod, western Russia, near the border with Ukraine, in which Russian soldiers who died in the war are transported, the BASA portal reported. According to reports from residents, several coffins with icons and bags were thrown into garages on a street at the same time. “People were, to put it mildly, shocked when they went out to take out the trash and saw the zinc coffins,” it wrote.

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Belgorod residents reported to the police that funeral workers were throwing zinc coffins in ordinary garbage. As Bhasa emphasized, the bodies of soldiers who died in battle are brought in such coffins.

“They went out to pick up trash and saw zinc coffins.”

According to reports from residents, several coffins with icons and bags were thrown into garages on a street at the same time. “People, to put it mildly, were shocked when they went out to take out the trash and saw the zinc coffins,” we read.

The base writes that the coffins were left there by one of the local funeral homes. The coffins lay there for several days.

The bodies of the fallen are brought in zinc coffins and their relatives buy wooden coffins for funerals.

Russian soldiers. chartAlexander Ermochenko/Reuters/Forum

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