A video captured the destruction of the Russian Tor SAM: only one occupant survived
The Ukrainian military destroyed a Russian Tor SAM system together with its crew in the Zaporizhzhya direction. The combat vehicle burned to the ground together with the occupants after the arrival of a "huge drone, the use of which had not been previously recorded".
The video, filmed in May, was published in the Telegram channel "Spy Dossier." According to the author, only one occupant managed to survive, and he filmed the burning remains of the SAM, cursing at the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
"To your attention - a video of a burning down SAM (probably "Tor" SAM) of one of the units of the Russian Armed Forces, located in the Zaporizhzhya direction. According to the source, a huge drone "flew into the combat vehicle, the use of which has not been previously recorded," the message noted.
The Russian occupant, filming the consequences of a successful arrival at the SAM, almost crying and threatening to "kill everyone for the boys." He, Spy Dossier writes, survived by pure chance.
"Equally interesting is the story of the cameraman of the video. The serviceman was saved by "natural need." The moment he left the car, and the "arrival" took place. Apparently, his comrades - the rest of the crew - died, which is confirmed by the comments of the serviceman himself on the video," the author of the channel notes, adding that the video was filmed in May 2023.
Recall that the day before, on June 10, the Defense Forces had eliminated another 980 occupants and destroyed dozens of pieces of equipment. According to the General Staff, by the morning of June 11, Russia's irretrievable losses in manpower reached 215,640.
Also on the day before, 17 tanks, 24 armored combat vehicles, 19 artillery systems, 1 MLRS, 37 operational-tactical UAVs, 7 cruise missiles, 33 units of vehicles and tank trucks, 2 units of special equipment were "demilitarized".
On June 11, in the Tavria direction alone, Ukrainian soldiers eliminated or wounded almost 5 companies of enemy personnel, as well as "demilitarized" 68 pieces of equipment and three ammunition depots of the Russian army.