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Explosions heard in occupied Crimea: reports of possible air defense work

Explosions occurred in Sevastopol

On the morning of December 13, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Crimea. It is reported that they may be the result of the occupiers' air defense in the Sevastopol area.

Locals heard up to 4 volleys. This was reported by the Crimea Wind Telegram channel.

"Some kind of shooting in Sevastopol. Russian air defense is probably working. It sounds like the launch of Russian air defense missiles, our subscribers report. There were 4 launches in total, some say 3," the post reads.

Judging by the time of the posts, the explosions occurred after 6 a.m.

Explosions heard in occupied Crimea: reports of possible air defense work

On December 5, it became known that the SSU and the DIU hit a Marine Oil Terminal in Feodosia, which provided the occupiers with fuel.

Also that day, as a result of the SSU operation, a number of important enemy military facilities were hit.

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