Occupants attacked Danube port infrastructure at night: there was an arrival, a truck driver was killed
On the night of December 7, Russian terrorists once again attacked the port infrastructure in Odesa region with Shahed kamikaze drones. Most of the UAVs were shot down by air defense forces, but there was also an incoming one.
The driver of one of the trucks was killed in the attack. The head of the Odesa regional military administration, Oleh Kiper, reported this on Telegram .
A Russian terrorist attack on one of the Danube port infrastructure facilities damaged warehouses, an elevator, and trucks. A fire broke out at the site of the shelling, which was quickly extinguished by the State Emergency Service.
The head of the regional military administration once again called on residents of Odesa region to respond to the air raid alert and stay in safe places during the enemy attack.
The air alert lasted for about two hours at night in Odesa region. Putin's terrorists launched attack UAVs from the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea. Izmail district came under the main attack.
The Southern Operational Command clarified that Russian troops attacked the southern regions with several waves of attack drones. By sending Shahed-131/136 drones from the temporarily occupied Crimea through the left-bank Kherson region, the enemy tried to bypass air defense systems, but 3 kamikaze drones were destroyed in Mykolaiv region.
In the next wave, the enemy attacked Odesa region. Here, the Russians also used the peculiarities of the landscape and the proximity of the state border to bypass the air defense zone.
As a reminder, on December 7, the Ukrainian Air Defense Forces repelled a night attack by Russian kamikaze drones of the Shahed-136/131 type. In the sky over different regions, 15 out of 18 drones were shot down. The enemy tried to strike in Odesa and Khmelnytskyi regions.
Earlier it was reported that the occupiers began to equip their Shaheds with a new thermobaric system. However, this updated UAV warhead is only designed to hit a limited list of targets.