New footage has emerged of the aftermath of the attack of the Russian Black Sea Fleet headquarters in Crimea: Russians are hysterical. Photos and videos
On September 22, for the second time in a day, explosions were reported at the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in occupied Sevastopol. Thus, new footage of the aftermath of the attack appeared online.
Video of the aftermath of the strike is published on Russian Telegram channels. Thus, the footage shows that a fire is currently burning at the site of the arrival.
The occupation authorities claimed that the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched a missile attack on the city with a British Storm Shadow missile. Thick black smoke can be seen over the site of the attack. It is reported that 6 people were injured as a result.
The so-called "governor" of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev, also called on local residents not to leave their buildings because of the possibility of a second attack. Meanwhile, smoke is pouring out of the Black Sea Fleet headquarters, and everyone who is near it is asked to take cover when a siren sounds.
Russian citizens have thrown another tantrum in the comments section of Russian Telegram channels. Thus, they once again dreamed of retaliatory strikes on the territory of Ukraine and Britain, and complained about Russian air defense.
"It's terrible! I hope the injured recover quickly"; "Citizens' safety must come first"; "Air defense is sleeping again"; "It's time to demolish Britain"; "No air defense in Crimea?"; "What does Shoigu want to say?"; "Kyiv should be f*cking razed to the ground," Russians write.
Earlier it was reported that after the explosion, the occupation authorities blocked traffic in the center of Sevastopol. Russian special services are working at the site of the wreckage. In addition, 30 minutes after the "arrival", the occupiers activated an air raid alarm.
As a reminder, on the night of September 21, the Security Service of Ukraine and the Navy launched a large-scale fire attack on the Saki military airfield in the temporarily occupied Crimea. There were at least 12 combat aircraft at the enemy military facility. The aggressor country's Su-24 and Su-30 combat aircraft, as well as Pantsyr MANPADS, were located at the airfield.