Among the Poles were mainly refugees after the repression of the population in Volhynia and retreating in front of - 70 Poles were murdered. They were residents of nearby villages such as foresters, priests and children. Members of the UPA murdered Poles with axes, pitchforks and scythes.
- Grzegorz Motyka, "Tak było w Bieszczadach. Walki polsko-ukraińskie w Polsce 1943-1948", Warszawa 1998