Chernobyl Was Once a Beautiful City in Ukraine. How It Looks Today? Heartbreaking
On April 26, 1986, the worst and costliest accident in the history of the world happened in Chernobyl, Ukraine. It was a catastrophic nuclear accident with an estimated 125,000 casualties. Right after the accident, 200,000 people were evacuated. It has become a ghost city since then.
To this day, access to the area is strictly guarded due to the abnormally high radiation. The photos below will give anyone a chill to the bone.
Equipment used in cleaning up were abandoned on the spot.
These are the monument of rescuers. Many of them are now dead from cancer.
Real time radiation level.
These are Przewalski’s horses that have been released in the area, which now serves as a natural preserve.
Access to the city is strictly guarded.
We hope that we've all learned a great lesson from this worst man-made disaster in history, and do our absolute best to stop something like this from ever happening again.