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It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo

Local media reported about it

Explosions were heard in Yevpatoriya and Seastopol in the occupied Crimea around 4 p.m. on Thursday, January 4. Local media reported arrivals, in particular at the occupiers' military unit, and the Russian Defense Ministry reported the alleged destruction of "ten Ukrainian missiles." The occupation authorities reported one casualty.

Thus, Crimean publics published a photo of the aftermath of the strikes, which shows black smoke.

As of 16:05, Crimean media reported an explosion in Sevastopol, and at 16:08 - a flight over Chornomorske and a strong explosion in Yevpatoriya.

"Black smoke from the side of 60 years of Komsomol", "It was loud", - eyewitnesses wrote online.

It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo

It is reported that the arrival in Yevpatoriya was in the area of the memorial complex "Krasnaya Gorka".

It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo

As of 16:33, the occupation governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, called for "calm" and said that the invaders "are working to destroy a large number of different air targets."

According to him, "a fragment hit a house on Glukhova Street", there is one victim.

It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo

Some of the debris also allegedly fell in the area of Mostova Street, on the North Side, in the area of Monastyrske Highway and Fedyukhyni Heights. "Rescue services have arrived at the scene," the "governor" said.

It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo

And the Russian Defense Ministry issued a statement that around 16:20 (Kyiv time) the occupiers allegedly "stopped the Kyiv regime's attempt" to launch "an attack using airborne guided missiles."

"Ten Ukrainian missiles were destroyed over the Crimean peninsula by air defense systems on duty," Shoigu said.

It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo
It's loud in occupied Crimea : explosions in Evpatoria and Sevastopol. Photo

As OBOZ.UA reported, shortly before the explosions, an alarm was sounded in Crimea, the occupiers blocked the Crimean bridge and the Chongar checkpoint, which caused traffic jams.

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