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Oil depot on fire in Russian Kursk after drone attack: first details

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Kursk complains about UAV attack

In the morning of March 10, a drone attacked an oil depot in Kursk, Russia. An air raid alert was heard in the city, and emergency services arrived at the scene to extinguish the fire.

As of 7:22 a.m., Governor Roman Starovoit reported on air defense work in Kursk. According to him, the "Ukrainian" UAV allegedly "crashed and burst into flames" on the territory of the oil depot.

"Fire brigades and operational services are working at the scene," Starovoit wrote on his Telegram channel.

Oil depot on fire in Russian Kursk after drone attack: first details

At the same time, the Russian media reported that the drone allegedly damaged an empty 3,000-ton tank.

No one was injured, the propagandists claim.

Oil depot on fire in Russian Kursk after drone attack: first details
Oil depot on fire in Russian Kursk after drone attack: first details

As reported, the Khanty-Mansiysky district of the Russian Federation was also on fire at night. There, the fire engulfed a gas pipeline near the village of Likhma.

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