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Guerrillas destroy a railroad bridge near Melitopol, through which the Russians transferred weapons - Fedorov

Guerrillas blow up a bridge used by the occupiers to transport weapons to the front

Yesterday, on December 27, guerrillas destroyed the occupiers' railway bridge near the village of Svitlodolynske. The enemy was using this railroad to transfer its heavy weapons and ammunition to the Zaporizhzhia front line, namely to Tokmak and Molochansk.

This was reported by Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov during a TV marathon. He noted that the guerrillas had already destroyed this bridge, but the enemy decided to rebuild it again.

"It is by rail that the enemy moves most of its heavy weapons and ammunition to the Zaporizhzhya front line. A branch of the railroad to Tokmak and Molochansk runs through this village, and it is from there that the enemy supplies the front with ammunition. In fact, this bridge was destroyed a long time ago, but the enemy started to restore it," Fedorov said.

And as soon as it became known that the bridge had been restored, the guerrillas destroyed the crossing again. This time, even the remains of the bridge were out.

"For the last four days, the enemy has been having a daily 'firework'. It is definitely not the time for them to prepare for the holidays in our Melitopol," Fedorov added.

Guerrillas destroy a railroad bridge near Melitopol, through which the Russians transferred weapons - Fedorov

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