Ammunition depot burns down in Russia due to alleged drone attack
At night, a warehouse with small arms ammunition burned down on the territory of a military unit in the Volgograd region of the Russian Federation. The probable cause of the fire is a drone attack
The ASTRA telegram channel writes about this, citing its own sources.
"According to sources, on November 16 at 1 am, a drone attacked the territory of the military unit and exploded. This military unit, according to open data, is a large arsenal of complex ammunition storage," the message says.
As a result of the explosion, a fire broke out on the territory of warehouse 59, where small arms ammunition is stored. 630 people were evacuated, including 379 military personnel, 251 civilian employees and 3 children. There were no casualties.
- On November 15, operators of unmanned aerial systems of the 103rd separate territorial defense brigade destroyed a Russian ammunition depot.