Sounds of explosions were heard in Sevastopol and Kursk: all the details
On the night of September 25, explosions occurred in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol and in the Russian city of Kursk. The Russians once again complained about drone attacks.
A fire broke out in Kursk as a result of falling debris. This is reported by Russian propaganda media.
The explosions in Kursk occurred in the morning. According to the propaganda legend, Russian air defense forces shot down a drone over the city. The Russians also claim that the debris fell on the roof of a private house, causing a fire.
The governor of the Kursk region of Russia, Roman Starovoit, said that several private households and the roof of an administrative building were damaged in the Central District of Kursk due to the UAV attack. He also said that windows were smashed in an apartment building.
In addition, strong explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. Loud sounds were heard over the city around two in the morning.
Local residents claim that the explosion was so strong that it was heard even in Bakhchisaray, 10 km from Sevastopol.
The local government did not comment on the nighttime explosions over the temporarily occupied Ukrainian city.
As a reminder, on the afternoon of September 24, a powerful explosion occurred in the Russian city of Kursk. According to preliminary data, the building of the Russian Federal Security Service was attacked, as well as an oil refinery located near the local airfield.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian information space was stirred by the news of the attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol on September 22. Z-bloggers began to criticize the Russian authorities.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- A video of the moment of hitting the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol in Crimea was published online. The building was immediately enveloped in black smoke, and there was no hint of air defense.
- In addition to Sevastopol, fires were spotted at the airfields in Novofedorivka and Simferopol, and ambulances were activated in Hvardiyske.
- AFU Air Force Commander Mykola Oleshchuk responded to the missile attack on the Russian Black Sea Fleet headquarters in Sevastopol. He thanked the Ukrainian pilots and expressed hope that Russian air defense "will not fail" next time.