Ammunition depot explodes in occupied Yasynuvata – social networks

A depot with ammunition from the Russian occupation forces exploded in occupied Yasynuvata. This is reported by local residents on social networks.

The reports indicate that a fire broke out in the area of school No.69 and explosions were heard. Occupation propaganda tried to state that in fact, these are the consequences of a mortar shelling by the AFU. However, some local residents refute this far-fetched version with their posts. “Name at least one place of hit!”, – they react to hysterical comments in the “Roll Call. Yasynuvata” group about shelling from Ukraine.

Many people drew attention to the fact that, allegedly, after the “Ukrainian mine” hit the area of the school, the explosions did not stop.

Even the obvious supporters of the version of “Ukrainian punishers” eventually admitted that it was not about the school and its dormitory, but about the ammunition depot. “They hit ammunition equipment. Now it explodes on the spot. Nobody to go to area of school No.69!”

“It is scary to go to the place, the ammunition equipment still explodes. There is no humor to die from our own fragments”, – the residents of Yasynuvata confirm the fact of the ammunition depot’s explosion.

(c)OSTROV 2021


  • англійський масон

    Local residents are confirming it wasn’t Ukrainian forces?
    Doesn’t sound very ‘pro russian’ to me.
    Perhaps there are not as many pro russian there as the moskali think.
    But then we know they aren’t very good with numbers.

    I wonder how far this was from the lines, anyone know?

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  • Leave it up to those filthy scum buckets to put an ammo depot near a SCHOOL!
    Well, no wonder. They hide in residential areas, hospitals and schools too during combat and also like to set up their artillery and mortars there. Filthy scum.

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