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Dozens of occupants were under the rubble, many are dead: the media revealed new details of the consequences of a series of explosions in Crimea

Russian army suffered heavy losses in Crimea

As a result of missile attacks on the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea on January 4 and 6, Russian troops suffered heavy losses of personnel. According to preliminary data, at least 12 invaders were killed.

Moreover, about 80 occupants are trapped under the rubble on the territory of the command post of the 31st Air Defense Division of the Russian Air Force. This was reported by the Telegram channel "Spy Dossier".

The missile attack on Russian military targets in Crimea took place on the evening of January 4. According to preliminary data, the Ukrainian military used Storm Shadow air-launched cruise missiles.

First, a part of the radar of the 31st Air Defense Division of the Russian Aerospace Forces was hit in the village of Zatyshne near Yevpatoriya. As a result of the strike, the radar station and communication center were destroyed. According to preliminary data, three occupants were wounded in the strike.

A short time later, a second missile strike struck a facility in Sevastopol. This time, the target of the Ukrainian defenders was the defended command post of the 31st Air Defense Division of the Russian Aerospace Forces. As a result of the strike, 12 Russian occupants were killed and 9 others were wounded.

It is also known that more than 80 invaders were trapped under the rubble. According to preliminary data, one of the killed Russians was a military officer with the rank of general, but his name is still unknown. At the same time, the death of the commander of the 3rd Radio Regiment of the Russian Aerospace Forces has been confirmed.

Media reports indicate that during the attack, the Ukrainian military first used decoy missiles, preliminarily ADM-160A. This was followed by an attack with Storm Shadow cruise missiles.

In addition, on the night of January 6, the Ukrainian military struck the Saki airfield. As a result, the command post of the 43rd Separate Naval Assault Aviation Regiment was destroyed. At least four occupants were reported killed.

Dozens of occupants were under the rubble, many are dead: the media revealed new details of the consequences of a series of explosions in Crimea

As a reminder, the explosions that occurred on the night of January 6 near the temporarily occupied Yevpatoriya destroyed an enemy control center in Crimea. Ukrainian pilots performed an effective job.

Earlier it was reported that the Defense Forces destroyed the radar and command post of the Russians, which was responsible for coordinating air defense throughout the occupied peninsula.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, on January 4, the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit enemy ammunition depots in Crimea. The occupiers' ammunition depot was destroyed near the village of Pershotravneve in the Kurmansky district.

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