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Not a day goes by without a "cotton": an explosion near Moscow and a large-scale fire in a warehouse. Video.

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A new "cotton" has visited Russia

On Monday, April 10, an explosion occurred in Nakhabino, Russia, near Moscow. According to reports, an oxygen cylinder allegedly blew up in a warehouse with spare parts on Panfilova Street, causing a fire.

The incident was reported by the Russian Telegram channel Mash. The area of the fire is 1000 square metres. No injuries were reported. As can be seen in the video posted, a huge black cloud of smoke rose over the epicentre of the incident (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).

Recall: On April 7, explosions occurred in Voronezh, Russia, near an aircraft factory. Eyewitnesses reported seeing a white trail in the sky above the city, which abruptly changed its angle towards the ground.

After the sounds of the explosion, a large-scale fire broke out at the plant. Local residents published footage showing the blaze.

On April 5, an explosion occurred in the Russian city of Kursk. During the day, the governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, twice stated that the region had been shelled, allegedly by Ukraine. Several settlements in the region were left without electricity.

In the evening of the same day, the building of the Russian Ministry of Defence caught fire in Moscow. The fire started in an office on the third floor.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- On April 2, a powerful explosion occurred in Rostov-on-Don in southwestern Russia, locals heard a roar and felt a shock wave. Some eyewitnesses even reported the subsequent rumble of jet engines;

- On March 29, an explosion occurred in the Sverdlovsk region of the Russian Federation at the Yamburg-Yelets 1 gas pipeline. This was followed by a massive fire as gas flaring started.

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