Putin recognized the collapse of the railway bridge in the Kursk region as sabotage (photo, video)

It was reported that troops were transferred to Ukraine over this bridge.

A railway bridge collapsed in the Kursk region / photo t.me/gubernator_46A railway bridge collapsed in the Kursk region / photo t.me/gubernator_46

The governor of the Kursk region , Roman Starovoit, admitted that the collapse of the railway bridge in the region was the result of sabotage.

He stated this in his video message on the Telegram channel.play video

“The information was confirmed. It was a sabotage, so a criminal case has been opened, and the investigating authorities, specialists from law enforcement agencies will investigate,” he said.

According to him, the collapse of the bridge was discovered around 11:20 on May 1. 

A railway bridge collapsed in the Kursk region / photo t.me/gubernator_46A railway bridge collapsed in the Kursk region / photo t.me/gubernator_46

In the Kursk region, the railway bridge was blown up / photo t.me/gubernator_46In the Kursk region, the railway bridge was blown up / photo t.me/gubernator_46

“While the investigation team is working on the bridge, but the railway specialists have already left the place and are ready to start restoration work. Although this is a branch for shunting work, it is important to repair it as soon as possible,” Starovoit wrote later.

https://www.unian.net/player/DRPnJZhRThe governor of the Kursk region admitted that the collapse of the railway bridge in the region was the result of sabotage

(C)UNIAN 2022

5 comments

  1. The people doing these things know what they are doing, that’s for sure. Not just anyone can blow up a bridge. You gotta know how.
    At any rate, good job! There are many others waiting to drop.

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