Failed to reach the target: a Russian "Kalibr" missile fell in occupied Crimea
Another Russian missile fired at Ukraine failed to reach its target, falling halfway down. This time, the Russian "Kalibr" decided to stay in temporarily occupied Crimea.
The rocket was found in the early morning of May 17 in the woods near the village of Vulkanovka of Leninsky district by a local resident. This was reported by the Russian Telegram channel ASTRA.
"A Russian Kalibr cruise missile fell in Crimea. According to ASTRA, the missile was found by a shepherd near the village of Vulkanovka, Leninsky District, annexed Crimea, in the forest on May 17 at 6:30 a.m.," the report noted.
Experts went to the place of "discovery". They determined that a Kalibr cruise missile belonging to the Russian Defense Ministry fell in Crimea.
It is also reported that there were no casualties as a result of the missile fall.
We recall that in the morning of May 18, it became known that there was another "bavovna" in the temporarily occupied Crimea. This time, the explosion occurred on the railroad. After the explosion, five cars derailed in the Simferopol district of Crimea. Propagandists claim that these cars were carrying grain.
Traffic on the branch has been suspended. The Russian occupants promise to resume it in the near future, but judging by the photos and video from the scene, it is hard to believe.
The invaders suspect several people of committing sabotage on the railroad.
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