Fuel tank on fire in Sevastopol: occupiers announced UAV attack (photo, video)

The area of ​​fire was more than a thousand square meters.

Fuel tank on fire in Crimea / screenshot

On the night of April 29, an unknown drone attacked a fuel tank of invaders in the Cossack Bay of Crimea.

This was announced by the so-called “governor of Sevastopol” Mikhail Razvozhaev in Telegram.

“A fuel tank is on fire near Brothers Manganari Street in Kazachya Bay. According to preliminary information, the fire was caused by a UAV hit. All the necessary special services are working on the spot. The fire area is about 1000 square meters, the fire has been assigned class 4,” Gauleiter said.

Photo from the scene / PE Sevastopol

Razvozhaev also said that information about the victims is still being specified. Meanwhile, Russian public publish footage from the scene. The photo and video show that the fire is quite large-scale.

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The situation in Crimea

On the night of April 24, explosions were heard in the occupied Sevastopol. The occupation administration announced the attack of surface drones and the shooting down of one of them.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine noted that they could not disclose the details of this incident. However, “who can stop us when we liberate our lands.”

Denis Chistikov, Deputy Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, said that Russian troops are already taking residents of the temporarily occupied parts of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions to Crimea. At the same time, they are preparing for the “evacuation” from the peninsula.

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