Russian town evacuated after Ukrainian attack on weapons and ammunition depot

Russian town evacuated after Ukrainian attack on weapons and ammunition depot
Russian town evacuated after Ukrainian attack on weapons and ammunition depot

A Russian town on the border with Ukraine has been evacuated following the attack by Zelensky’s troops.

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A village in a border region in western Russia was evacuated on Sunday following a series of explosions after debris from a downed Ukrainian drone set fire to a nearby warehouse, local authorities said.

Images on social media showed rising clouds of black smoke in the region of Voronezhas loud explosions could be heard. Governor Aleksandr Gusev said the falling debris caused the ““detonation of explosive objects.”

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No fatalities

No casualties were reported, but residents of a nearby village in Podgorensky district were evacuated, he said. Roads and emergency services were closed, Military and government officials went to the scene.

A Ukrainian official said that an attack had been carried out an ammunition depot in the town of Serhiivka, in the same region.

“The enemy stored ground and air missiles and shells for tanks and artillery, as well as cartridges for firearms,” ​​said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because I was not authorized to give the information to the media.

“It is from this warehouse that the occupiers supply ammunition to their troops in Ukraine.” The official also said that the State Security Service of Ukraine was behind a drone attack on an oil depot in the Russian region of Krasnodar the previous day.

 
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