Missile debris found in lake in Moldova
On Wednesday, September 27, in Moldova, local residents found rocket debris in a lake near the village of Fîrlădeni, Căușeni district
There are currently suspicions that there may be an explosive component of the downed missile at the bottom of the lake.
As of 12:00 p.m, access to the lake is prohibited, and police are guarding the perimeter. National police officers, IDF, carbineers and border guards are at the scene. Specialists from the IGP Bombteh are also working at the site. They are analyzing the best solution to remove the explosive, assuming that the explosive component was found at the bottom of the lake.
The General Inspectorate of Emergency Situations noted that the missile debris was found in the lake the day before on September 27.
In addition, the Ministry of Internal Affairs noted that there is no danger to the public, as the area is isolated and the nearest houses are 1 kilometer away from the danger zone.
On September 25, fragments of a missile were found in unrecognized Transnistria after Russia's night attack on Odesa.