"Our tower was blown up": the network showed the consequences of a new drone attack on Moscow. Video
Residents of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation reported on the explosive consequences of the drone attack on Moscow on the night of July 30. They filmed the scale of damage in the capital's business district of Moscow City.
The Russians complained that their "tower was blown up." Meanwhile, the Russian Defense Ministry said it had "stopped the UAV attack" on facilities in the capital and that there were no critical consequences (to see the video, scroll to the end of the news).
"Guys, our tower was blown up. The first explosion was exactly in the IQ quarter. It shook the walls in my apartment. The fire alarm went off and I went outside. There were broken windows and shards lying around. Everything's cordoned off. Everything was broken nearby, glass..." the resident complained while filming the consequences.
According to Russian Telegram channels, the UAV attack also damaged the Oko-2 business center building in Moscow City. The footage shows that the glazing on the first six floors was blown out. It is noted that the area of damage amounted to 40 square meters.
According to the statements of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, everything in Moscow is under control: there are no destructions and victims. According to the ministry, it "foiled an attempt of the Kyiv regime to perform a terrorist attack with the help of UAVs" on facilities in the city on the morning of July 30.
According to the agency, one drone was "destroyed in the air" by air defense means over the territory of the Odintsovo district of the Moscow region. Two more "were suppressed" by electronic warfare equipment and, having "lost control, crashed" in the territory of the non-residential buildings of the Moscow City business center.
It is also known that the capital's authorities evacuated residents from the buildings around the site of the explosions. Several Russian media sources wrote that "Ukrainian drones" damaged the facades of two office towers of the business center.
Moscow reported an unknown drone crashed into the business center "Moscow City" on Sunday night, July 30. There was an explosion and smoke billowing from one of the towers. The wiindows were also blown away. The tower houses three Russian ministries, including the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Communications. Eyewitnesses collected the documentation of the latter around the site of the emergency after the explosions.
Residents of Odintsovo, Moscow Region, also reported at least three explosions that nearly blew out their windows. The Russian authorities imposed a restriction on the stay of any aircraft in the Moscow air zone because of the incident and the capital's Vnukovo airport was closed, redirecting flights to other airports. In addition, the the traffic on Testovskaya Street was also blocked.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Russia also complained about the night drone attack on Moscow on July 28. Russians expressed great indignation that in the second year of Putin's "special operation" drones have already started flying all the way to the capital of their terrorist state.