Explosion at oil refinery in Samara: all the details
On Friday, 28 July, there was an explosion in Samara. "Cotton" visited the Kuibyshev Oil Refinery.
There was no information about any injuries. This was reported by Russian propagandists, citing a statement by a member of the illegitimate State Duma, Alexander Hinstein.
"According to the preliminary version, an explosive device was planted. Fortunately, there was no serious damage or injuries," he said.
Russian security forces have already stated that they have allegedly identified and detained a suspect in the explosion at the Samara plant using body cameras.
According to the Baza Telegram channel, the explosion was allegedly set off by an employee of the plant. He was a 42-year-old native of Ukraine, Serhiy O.
He planted an improvised explosive device in an abandoned building of one of the workshops. After the explosion, he tried to leave for Kazakhstan but was detained at the border.
It is worth noting that in Taganrog, Russia, on the afternoon of 28 July, a powerful explosion occurred, and thick smoke rose over the city. The blast wave smashed windows in nearby houses, set off car alarms, and at least four people were reported injured.