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Fuel depot on fire in occupied Sevastopol after alleged drone attack

View on the fire in Sevastopol, occupied Crimes. Photo: Telegram/ChP Sevastopol
Fuel depot on fire in occupied Sevastopol after alleged drone attack

Early on 29 April, a fire broke out at a Russian-controlled fuel depot in Sevastopol’s Cossack Bay in occupied Crimea. Russian-installed “Sevastopol governor” Mikhail Razvozzhayev claims that a drone attack set fire to a fuel storage tank:

“A fuel tank near Manganari Brothers Street in Cossack Bay is on fire. According to preliminary information, the fire was caused by a UAV hit. All necessary special services are working on the scene. The area of the fire is about 1000 square meters, and the fire was assigned 4th class,” a message on Rzvozhayev’s telegram channel reads.

Sevastopol has been the main base of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

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