There were explosions in the occupied Sevastopol and Saki, and problems with electricity. Photos and videos
On the afternoon of October 30, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Crimea. After that, a column of black smoke rose over Sevastopol and Saki.
Eyewitnesses claim that about 4 explosions were heard in Saki, after which electricity was cut off in some areas. This was reported by the Crimean Wind Telegram channel (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
At the same time, three explosions were reported in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. Some time before the explosions, the invaders announced an air raid on the peninsula. Later, it was reported that smoke columns were rising in some areas. In particular, the arrival was reported on the territory of the Sevastopol Naval Shipyard. However, the occupiers claimed that a smoke screen had been set up in the area of the Southern Bay.
The so-called "adviser to the head of Crimea" Oleg Kryuchkov claims that the air raid alarm is being broadcast on television because the broadcast of one of the cable operators in Crimea is "broken". But at the same time, explosions are heard in many places on the peninsula.
The occupation "authorities" of Crimea said that two air targets were allegedly shot down over Sevastopol. The invaders claim that the wreckage fell on the territory of school No. 27 on Pasichnaya Street and in Inkerman.
According to preliminary data, the explosions in Saky district occurred at a military airfield in the village of Novofedorivka. Monitoring Telegram channels write that due to the threat of fire, the Russian occupiers have launched a large number of tactical aircraft over Crimea.
As a reminder, on October 29, explosions occurred in Yevpatoriya and Chornomorske in occupied Crimea. Local residents heard a buzz in the sky, characteristic of a UAV. At that time, the Russian Defense Ministry said that it had allegedly "destroyed 36 targets" over the peninsula.
Earlier it was reported that on the night of October 30, in the Ukrainian Crimea temporarily occupied by Russian troops, the "cotton" visited the location of the missile and anti-aircraft regiment of the Russian Defense Ministry near the village of Olenivka. The media reported that the invaders suffered losses: there are "three hundred" dead and damaged Russian equipment.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the night of October 25, according to satellite images, a fire broke out near the enemy's Gvardeyske air base near Simferopol.