우크라이나 접경 러시아 국방부 시설에서 대규모 화재 발생, local governor confirms
A fire has broken out at a Russian defence ministry facility near to the border with Ukraine following a reported explosion, injuring one person according to a regional governor.
A huge explosion in the area of Streletskoe and Tomarovka was reported by Russian media earlier today, video footage shows plumes of smoke and fire bellowing from a building believed to be near to Belgorod.
It is currently unclear what caused the fire, and there has been no official comment from the Russian defence ministry yet.
It is thought it is an weapons depot that has caught fire, as there have been secondary explosions heard – possibly of ammunition exploding in the heat of the fire.
Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said only one resident suffered minor injuries but his his life was not in danger and that seven homes had been damaged.
A reported explosion was heard near Belgorod, north of Kharkiv, inside the borders of Russia, a fire has subsequently broken out (사진)
Another fire broke out in Belgorod only a few days ago (사진), 4 월 26, at an ammunition depot in the village of Staraya Nelidovka
그는 말했다: ‘A fire has occurred on the territory of one of the objects belonging to the MoD.
‘All operational services are working at the site and all essential measures are being taken to ensure safety.’
Last month Russia accused Ukraine of a helicopter attack on a fuel depot in Belgorod, for which Kyiv denied responsibility.
They have also accused Ukrainian forces of shelling villages and firing missiles at an ammunition depot.
Other Russian regions that share a border with Ukraine have also reported cross-border shelling incidents since Moscow sent thousands of troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24 in what it called a ‘special military operation’.
In the Russian city of Bryansk, 유전 정보를 전달하는 거의 모든 유기체의 복잡한 화학 물질 100 miles from the Ukraine border, two large fires broke out at two oil depot last week.
It was reported that the first fire occurred at a civilian facility that held 10,000 tons of fuel, while the second fire was at a military fuel depot holding 5,000 톤.