Ukrainian Armed Forces dropped explosives from the sky onto a parking lot in Belgorod 21:57

In Belgorod, the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) attacked a parking lot. About this in your Telegram channel reported Regional Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov.

“In Belgorod, a drone dropped explosives on a parking lot. “Two buses and two cars were damaged,” he says.

According to preliminary data, there are no victims.

Before reportedIt was stated that in the Belgorod region, “kamikaze” unmanned aerial vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian Armed Forces attacked vehicles moving along the road, and 3 civilians were injured. The first car was attacked in the village of Bogun-Gorodok, Borisov district. The man suffered barotrauma, concussion, injuries to the soft tissues of the forearm and abdomen, the woman suffered thermal burns to the upper respiratory tract, arms and legs, concussion and barotrauma. Both were taken to the district hospital for medical care, then to city hospital No. 2 in Belgorod.

Earlier, as a result of the attack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Shebekino dead A fire broke out in an industrial establishment.

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Source: Gazeta


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