A house with Ukrainian workers was burned down in Poland
Fortunately, none of the building's occupants were injured.
In Pogozyce, near Chrzanow (Lesser Poland Voivodeship) in Poland, two Poles set fire to a hostel where Ukrainians lived.
This was reported by the radiokrakow.pl.
According to Polish media, 12 people lived in the hostel, most of them are Ukrainians. They were promptly removed from the burning house.
Polish police have detained two Poles suspected of arson. The motives and causes of the tragedy have not been disclosed yet.
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