The whole city woke up: explosions were heard in Sevastopol, the occupiers said about the drone attack. Video
The so-called "governor" of Russian-occupied Sevastopol in Crimea, Mikhail Razvozzhayev, said in the morning of April 24 that the Russian Black Sea Fleet "repelled an attack by overhead drones" on the city at night. The representative of the occupants urged "to remain calm".
He wrote about it on his channel in Telegram. At the same time, residents complained that because of the explosions they could not sleep at night, and in the morning they saw broken glass and broken advertising in the coastal area (to watch the photos and video, scroll to the end of the news).
The Russian proxy reported that as of 03:30 "an attempt was made to attack Sevastopol. Razvozzhayev said that one surface drone was allegedly "destroyed by PGO forces," while the second one blew itself up.
"Everything happened on the outer raid, no facilities were damaged," the fake governor wrote.
According to reports from Crimean media, the first explosion in Sevastopol took place at 03:31, the second at 03:44. Afterwards, according to eyewitnesses, there was the sound of a large-caliber machine gun shooting toward the sea.
"Reflection of the attack of surface drones (according to Razvozzhaev). The whole city woke up," they wrote online, posting a video of the events in Sevastopol.
Later, footage of the moment of one of the explosions in Sevastopol, as well as the aftermath of the "bavovna" appeared on the network.
After a night of "nothing happening" in the morning, residents saw windows in coastal buildings blown out by the blast wave.
The balcony door and windows in the new building were also opened there. And nearby in the streets, outdoor advertising lighting was broken.
At the same time, the activity of Russian combat aircraft and military boats was recorded in the waters of Sevastopol Bay.
On the eve of the day, the Operational Command "South" appealed to the Crimeans amid the statements of the military and political command of Ukraine about the inevitable return of Crimea. The residents of the peninsula temporarily occupied by Russia were urged to prepare not for the holiday season, but for the season of "bavovna".
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, on April 22, in the occupied Crimea again said about the "bavovna". Gauleiter of the peninsula Sergey Aksenov reported about the "work of the air defense system" and urged Crimeans "to remain calm".
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