Kerch crossing: rest, pain and rage. PHOTO
Traffic jams in the area of the Crimea - Caucasus ferry crossing radically changed the lives of Kerch residents and ruined the vacation experience for thousands of Russians. The ferry service in Kerch has become an insurmountable challenge for many.
Waiting for ferries on other days extends to the long 40 hours that drivers and passengers are forced to spend in cars. And if at night such an expectation can still be endured, then in the afternoon sun it turns into torture. Having not reached the opposite shore, some passengers end up in hospitals due to heatstrokes and nervous breakdowns.
Those who try to get around the traffic jam are stopped, but not by the authorities at all, but by embittered "people's controllers". Not without serious fights.