Explosions were heard in Sevastopol: the occupiers claimed a "possible underwater attack"
In the morning of Tuesday, October 24, explosions were heard in Sevastopol, temporarily occupied by Russian troops in Crimea. The occupation administration of the city claimed that the Black Sea Fleet was allegedly repelling a "possible underwater attack."
The explosions were reported by local Telegram channels. They were heard around 4 am. Residents of the city wrote in local chats that they could also hear shooting.
"They're shooting!", "Right now, a very loud line...", they wrote online.
At the same time, the so-called "governor" of Sevastopol, illegally appointed by the Kremlin, Mikhail Razvozhayev, said that an underwater attack was "possible." The representative of the occupiers did not specify what exactly this means.
"Loud sounds are on the outer raid - the Black Sea Fleet is repelling a possible attack by enemy submarine sabotage forces and means," he wrote.
The Crimean Wind channel reported loud explosions at 3:35 and 3:40 in Sevastopol, as well as the sound of shooting. According to the resource, Russian air defense allegedly tried to shoot down a drone.
It should be noted that on the afternoon of October 23, explosions also occurred in Sevastopol. The occupation authorities did not comment on the situation, but local residents wrote that the explosion was so powerful that they could feel the "vibration".
On October 22, a fire broke out in the area of Kozatska Bay in Sevastopol. Russian propagandists reported that 2-3 missiles were allegedly shot down.
As OBOZ.UA reported, "bavovna" also visited Sevastopol on October 20. Then explosions were heard in the Balaklava district of the city. It was also loud in Dzhankoy. Z-channels wrote about the work of air defense and allegedly shot down missiles over the peninsula.