One of the occupants' bases "got tired": a loud explosion was heard in Mariupol
On the afternoon of December 2, a powerful explosion occurred in the temporarily occupied Mariupol, Donetsk region. According to preliminary data, the "cotton" was on one of the military bases of the Russian occupiers.
The invaders set it up at the Ilyich Iron and Steel Works of Mariupol, which they seized. This was reported by the advisor to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andriushchenko.
"Mariupol. Explosion at 11-20 Kyiv time. The epicenter is Kalmius district. Preliminary (cautious) information from our sources - one of the orcs' bases at Ilyich Iron and Steel Works is a bit tired. More details later. But Saturday is starting to play with interesting colors," Andriushchenko wrote.
Meanwhile, Mariupol Resistance reported on the possible "denazification" of the invaders.
"Previously, there were slightly fewer occupants inside the plant on Ilyich Street. We are trying to find out the details," the statement said.
As a reminder, on November 10, an occupying "police" car was blown up in Mariupol . The owner of the car was not named at the time. However, in the morning, the guerrillas promised explosive gifts to Russian "policemen" celebrating Russian Police Day.
Later, it became known that the occupying "policeman" who was blown up in Mariupol died.
Initially, the explosion of a vehicle in Mariupol on November 10 was attributed to a domestic emergency and a car malfunction.
However, it was the work of Ukrainian partisans. They planted a bomb in the car of a Russian "policeman" in the temporarily occupied city.
Russian propagandists then complained that in just a few days, three "policemen" and one FSB officer were killed in the city.