Unknown drones attacked the TV center in Bryansk, Russia: what is known. Video
Explosions erupted in the Russian city of Bryansk on Wednesday evening, August 30. Residents claim that they heard at least two strong explosions.
This was reported by Russian propaganda channels on Telegram. The footage published online shows that a fire broke out at the site (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the page).
"Something exploded again!", "Air defense is allegedly working, waiting for an official comment", "Two explosions again, waiting for the video from the intercoms", Russians wrote.
According to propagandists, the fire started near the TV center. According to regional governor Alexander Bogomaz, two drones were allegedly "shot down" over the Bryansk region.
"Two Ukrainian drones were shot down in Bryansk near the TV center at about 21:30. No casualties were recorded," Russian media channels wrote.
According to his data, the Air Defense Forces of the aggressor country worked off. However, the footage shows that the fire at the site of the explosions is most likely the result of the hit, not the "shooting down" of drones.
Explosions occurred in several regions of the Russian Federation, including Pskov, Bryansk, Kaluga, Orel, Ryazan, Tula and Moscow regions on August 30. Russians were furious about the Defense Ministry's claims on the "effective work" of Air Defense. Russians were particularly shocked by the "fireworks" at the Pskov military airfield, which led to the destruction of several airplanes at once.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the DIU said that the aircraft of the occupants were damaged and some were destroyed at the airfield in Pskov (Russian Federation). In particular, four Il-76s were destroyed.