"All burned": one of the missiles fired at Ukraine fell on the village in Voronezh region, destroying and damaging many houses
A Russian missile fell on the village of Petropavlovka in the Voronezh region of the Russian Federation on the morning of January 2 when the aggressor country attacked Ukraine with Kinzhal missiles and more. The powerful explosion destroyed many houses in the village.
Preliminarily, it was hit by an X-101 missile launched by the occupiers from the Caspian region. The incident was reported by Russian public media, publishing photos and videos online.
"A strong hit in the Voronezh region. The number of victims and injured is being established. We are waiting for official statements and comments on this incident. What the f*ck is going on this morning?" the propagandists said.
The Russians complained about craters in the middle of the streets and significant destruction in the village, where "three houses" were completely demolished. However, the local authorities found an "original" excuse for the incident.
According to the governor, Alexander Gusev, it was "an accidental release of our ammunition in the Ostroh district." He claims that there were no casualties.
The official acknowledged damage to only seven households, where "glazing, roofing, and structures may have been damaged." Residents of several streets in the village were moved to temporary accommodation centers, and a group of representatives of special agencies gathered at the site of the Russian missile's "emergency landing" to assess the damage.
At the same time, as Ukrainians noted online, this was instant karma for the Russians for their massive attack on Ukraine, including the use of the Kinzhal missiles.
"One of the missiles fired at Ukraine missed its target and fell on a village in the Voronezh region. I hope everyone is happy there now.", "Petropavlovka village in the Voronezh region of the Russian Federation was hit by its own X-101 cruise missile, which was launched from the Caspian region," the messages read.
As OBOZ.UA reported, on December 31, a Russian missile, a Kinzhal or X-101, also fell in the Stavropol region of the Russian Federation. The Russians showed the wreckage of the object, but local authorities began to make excuses about the incident.