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Ukrainian Security Service drones destroy large ammunition storage point in Russia's Voronezh Oblast – UP sources, video

Sunday, 7 July 2024, 13:20
Ukrainian Security Service drones destroy large ammunition storage point in Russia's Voronezh Oblast – UP sources, video
Smoke rising over the ammunition storage point in Russia’s Voronezh Oblast that was struck by Ukraine’s Security Service. Screenshot: video by Ukrainska Pravda sources

A major explosion occurred at a field ammunition storage point near the Russian village of Sergeyevka, Voronezh Oblast, on the night of 6-7 July, caused by drones operated by the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU).

Source: Ukrainska Pravda sources in the SSU

Details: A source noted that the Russians had used the facility, which covered an area of 9,000 sq. m, to store surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles, shells for tanks and artillery, and boxes of small arms ammunition.

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These weapons would have been delivered to the battlefield.

Local residents reported hearing explosions and detonations at night.

Quote from the source: "There is a high probability of sudden detonations at facilities of the Russian defence industry, which is working to supply the war against Ukraine, in the very near future."

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Background: A fire has broken out in Russia’s Voronezh Oblast at a storage point containing explosives following a UAV attack, the Russian authorities have acknowledged.

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