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Russia loses vital military equipment as a weapons warehouse bursts into mysterious blaze

Footage launched on Telegram, an immediate messaging service widespread in Ukraine and Russia, has proven a Russian warehouse positioned 50km away from the Ukrainian border engulfed in flames. Large plumes of black smoke are seen billowing from the positioning in Klintsy, Bryansk Oblast, Russia in mysterious circumstances. The Russian army warehouse is believed to deal with scores of significant gear for the battle in Ukraine. 

The footage depicts two main fires on the warehouse, each parallel to one another. 

The smoke is first seen rising above a cover earlier than a more in-depth shot exhibits the warehouse ablaze on two fronts. 

The location seems deserted as Russia’s battle-damaged repairs succumb to the scalding fires. 

As Russia continues its ferocious battle within the jap areas of Ukraine, gear shortages may have a devastating impact on their offensive operations. 

Elsewhere, an enormous cloud of smoke might be seen rising into the air right now within the southeastern Ukrainian metropolis of Avdiivka after an explosion. 

The town homes a chemical plant, the Russian information company RIA quoted certainly one of its reporters as saying. 

Avdiivka has change into yet one more Ukrainian metropolis set ablaze after Russian assaults. 

A Ukrainian social media web site reporting on the battle additionally posted a video of a giant cloud of smoke rising from what it stated was the town. 

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Mr Gadai stated: “Sadly, the enemy’s artillery is just taking aside, ground by ground, buildings which can be getting used as shelters.” 

The town, which lies on the jap financial institution of the Seversky Donets River, has been beneath relentless assault for a number of weeks. 

And Mr Gadai stated that falling water ranges have been making Ukrainian defences additional alongside the entrance extra susceptible to assault by Russian forces who’ve made repeated makes an attempt to cross. 

He added: “The river has dropped by about 3 metres, perhaps extra, and subsequently perhaps there will likely be additional makes an attempt to cross the river and make a brand new enclave.” 


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