Powerful explosions were heard at the ship repair plant in Sevastopol: damaged Russian ships. Photos, video and all the details
On Wednesday night, September 13, powerful explosions were heard in occupied Sevastopol (Crimea) - eyewitnesses counted at least seven. After them, smoke rose over the city. There are attacks on the ship repair plant of the occupants, a fire broke out there.
Above Sevastopol was seen the glow. This was reported by the Telegram-channel "Crimean wind". The network wrote about the work of Russian air defense, which was probably not successful (to see photos and videos, scroll to the end of the page).
According to monitoring channels, explosions sounded in the area of Inkerman, where ships and subs of the Russian Black Sea Fleet are based. Preliminarily, there is an incoming in the area of the Southern Bay.
Mikhail Razvozhayev, the so-called governor of Russia's temporarily occupied Sevastopol, confirmed the attack and wrote that the fire broke out at a non-civilian facility near Kilen beam. The 13th ship repair plant of the Russian Black Sea Fleet is located there.
Later he edited his post and also wrote about a fire in the area of the Southern Bay. The Sergo Ordzhonikidze Sevastopol Naval Plant is located there.
Razvozhayev also reported that 24 people were allegedly injured as a result of the AFU attack on Sevastopol, according to preliminary information.
According to RosSMI, as a result of the attack on Sevastopol, the Sevastopol Naval Plant is on fire. This is a shipbuilding enterprise located on the Ship Side of Sevastopol, the plant is the main site for the construction and repair of ships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.
On the morning of September 13, the Russian Defense Ministry said ten cruise missiles struck the S. Ordzhonikidze ship repair plant in the city of Sevastopol and three uncrewed boats at a detachment of Black Sea Fleet ships on a sea crossing. S. Ordzhonikidze shipyard in the city of Sevastopol and three uncrewed boats hit a detachment of Black Sea Fleet ships on a sea crossing. The Ukrainian army was blamed for the attack.
"Air defense means shot down seven cruise missiles, patrol ship "Vasily Bykov" destroyed all uncrewed boats. As a result of enemy cruise missiles hit, two ships under repair were damaged," the terrorist agency said in a statement.
According to the Russian media, preliminary, two people were killed and 26 suffered as a result of a missile attack by the AFU on the Sevastopol naval plant named after S. Ordzhonikidze. All of them are employees of the plant.
It is also reported that two vessels were damaged on the territory of the plant: diesel-electric submarine "Rostov-on-Don" and large landing ship "Minsk", they caught fire. Both vessels were under repair in the dry dock.
Subsequently, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry's Main Directorate of Intelligence confirmed the defeat of the two Russian warships. In a commentary to OBOZREVATEL, the Main Directorate of Intelligence noted that, according to Ukraine's military intelligence, a large landing ship and a submarine of the occupiers were damaged.
Also, the equipment of the Ordzhonikidze shipyard in temporarily occupied Sevastopol was damaged as a result of the night attack.
Lieutenant General Mykola Oleshchuk, commander of the Air Force of the AFU, commented cryptically on the attack on temporarily occupied Sevastopol. He expressed gratitude to Ukrainian pilots and hinted at a continuation.
Subsequently, the AFU Stratcom confirmed that on September 13, Ukrainian forces conducted successful strikes against the occupiers' naval assets and port infrastructure in Sevastopol's Ship Bay.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, in Russia complained about the drone attack on the temporarily occupied Crimea. According to the version of the occupiers, during the attack on the night of September 10, eight aircraft-type UAVs were involved, all drones, assure the invaders, allegedly shot down over the waters of the Black Sea.