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Ukrainian aerial reconnaissance blows up occupants' ammunition depot in Oleshky: it was burning and detonating all night

A large-scale fire with ammunition detonation lasted throughout the night

Ukrainian aerial reconnaissance exploded an ammunition depot of Russian troops in the temporarily occupied Oleshky, Kherson region. A video of the aerial reconnaissance men's precise hit was posted online.

The footage was posted on the Telegram channel of the Southern Defense Forces of Ukraine. According to intelligence, Russian troops set up an ammunition depot in an industrial building in the town of Oleshky.

Aerial reconnaissance men of the 11th Hrushevskyi Brigade of the Southern Operational and Territorial Association of the National Guard of Ukraine worked on the occupiers. After a precise hit, a fire broke out in the depot.

According to various sources, a large-scale fire with ammunition detonation lasted throughout the night until the morning.

Ukrainian aerial reconnaissance blows up occupants' ammunition depot in Oleshky: it was burning and detonating all night

Earlier it was reported that in the occupied Crimea around 14:30 on Friday, March 1, powerful explosions were heard. An air raid was declared in Sevastopol, Yevpatoriya and Saki, and the occupiers raised a smoke screen over Sevastopol Bay. The Crimean bridge and the Dzhankoy checkpoint were closed.

As OBOZ.UA reported earlier, military expert Vladyslav Selezniov predicted that the occupiers would not restore the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, which was destroyed in a strike in September 2023. The invaders are currently unable to provide reliable protection of this building from Ukrainian attacks.

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