Now about 15,000 people have taken shelter in the metro stations of Kiev. The in-charge of the city’s subway has given this information. Viktor Brahisky told Ukrainian local media that up to 100,000 people could live in the city’s underground metro stations.
He told that at present there is a system of food and medicines in the sub-way system besides water and toilets.
According to the BBC Ukrainian service, Brahisky said, “Many people do not have a place to hide their heads. Only a few meters on the floor have now become their homes.”
They said, “We appeal to people to bring warm clothes and food items and take care of women and children around them.”