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Video of a drone striking a high-rise building in Russian Tula appeared online

Oleksiy LutykovNews
Explosions occurred in Tula at night

On the night of November 26, powerful explosions occurred in Russian Tula. Citizens of the terrorist country of Russia complained that the city was allegedly attacked by drones.

The explosion damaged a multi-story building. This was reported by Russian propaganda media.

According to the propagandists, the drone allegedly flew into a high-rise building on Khvorostukhina Street. Russia claims that three people were injured in the explosion: one man and two women.

It is worth noting that the Russian Federation stated that "the type of drone has not been determined yet," but the military and political leadership has already managed to blame the "Kyiv regime" for the explosions.

The propagandists claim that several residents of the building are in shock, so doctors are still working with them.

In turn, local governor Alexei Dyumin said that on the night of November 26, Russian air defense units "shot down two Ukrainian drones" over the territory of the Tula region.

The official said that one UAV lost control and hit an apartment building. The governor also added that "there were no casualties or damage to infrastructure."

It is noteworthy that the KBP Instrument Design Bureau is 1.5 km from Khvorostukhina Street, where the UAV damaged a building. This enterprise is one of the largest in the Russian defense industry. The priority area of the plant is the development of high-precision weapons.

Video of a drone striking a high-rise building in Russian Tula appeared online
Video of a drone striking a high-rise building in Russian Tula appeared online
Video of a drone striking a high-rise building in Russian Tula appeared online

As a reminder, on the night of November 26, Russia complained about a massive attack by about 20 drones. Some of them were flying to the capital of the aggressor country, Moscow, and were allegedly shot down. However, a high-rise building was hit in Tula.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the night of November 23, a strong explosion occurred at a power substation in the city of Lytkarino, Moscow region of the Russian Federation. It caused a blackout as a part of Lytkarino itself, as well as several neighboring settlements, lost power.

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