Explosions and machine gun fire in occupied Sevastopol: first details
On Wednesday, October 4, the temporarily occupied Crimea was hit by "bavovna". Local residents reported explosions in Sevastopol.
This was stated in the Telegram channel "Crimean Wind". In addition to the explosions, locals also heard machine gun fire.
"Something is exploding in the Gagarinsky district," the channel writes.
In addition, "bavovna" was heard in the area of Fiolent, Metro and Kozacha Bay.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, a loud explosion was heard in the temporarily occupied Crimea near Dzhankoy on October 1. Previously, a rocket flew to the peninsula. The occupiers' warehouses were damaged.
In the evening of September 25, the temporarily occupied Crimea was restless. After the nighttime explosions, air raid alarms sounded on the streets of occupied Sevastopol and other cities. People came out of their homes in search of shelters, but they were closed.
Explosions were heard in the city in the morning of September 23. According to Krym.Realii, some residents' windowpanes shook due to the blast wave.
Prior to that, on the evening of September 21, powerful explosions also occurred in the annexed Crimea, causing a fire to break out in Sevastopol. The explosions happened again the next day. It turned out that the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet had been hit by a missile.