ATACMS warns about non-exploding munitions after the crash in Sevastopol 11:01

After the ATACMS missiles were shot down in Sevastopol, undetonated submunitions were scattered throughout the North Side area. Governor Mikhail Razvozhaev announced this Telegram.

The northern side is the historical region of Sevastopol on the northern shore of the Sevastopol Bay.

Razvozhaev published a photo and explained that the M74 submunition is a steel projectile filled with explosives.

The governor noted that when colliding with a target and exploding, each submunition produces a large number of steel fragments, their destruction radius is 15 m.

He added that it should not be removed under any circumstances.

Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation on the morning of May 15 reportedAt night, air defense systems destroyed ten long-range ATACMS missiles on the territory of the Crimean Peninsula.

Additionally, two Harm missiles, two Hammer aerial bombs, two Alder shells and nine unmanned aerial vehicles were shot down over the Belgorod region. Ministry of Defense also approvedIt was claimed that the Ukrainian Armed Forces tried to attack Tatarstan with a drone.

Previously in Russia was created A system to protect important facilities from drone attacks.

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Source: Gazeta

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