“Bavovna” in enemy warehouses: explosions thundered in the occupied Donbas (photo, video)

Fires and detonation of supplies of Russians began immediately in three cities of the temporarily occupied territory of the Donetsk region.

In Snizhne, explosions and a fire started on the territory of the Snezhnyanskkhimmash plant / photo Telegram channel "Typical Donetsk"
In Snizhne, explosions and a fire started on the territory of the Snezhnyanskkhimmash plant / photo Telegram channel “Typical Donetsk”

Explosions thundered on the territory of the temporarily occupied Donbas . “Bavovna” occurred in three cities of the Donetsk region at once – in Snezhny, Torez and Khartsyzsk.

This was reported in the Telegram channel “Typical Donetsk” .

https://t.me/uniannet/62746

So, in Snezhnoye, explosions and a fire started on the territory of the Snezhnyanskkhimmash plant. There, the occupiers set up an ammunition depot, which loudly detonated during a fire.

https://t.me/uniannet/62751

Explosions began on the night of 4 July. Residents of Snizhne filmed the fire on photo and video. A glow appeared over the city, the fire was still visible on the horizon for a long time.

Residents heard the detonation of the supplies of the occupiers. A similar situation occurred in Toretsk and Khartsyzsk. There, too, explosions were heard and serious fires were seen. 

(C)UNIAN 2022

7 comments

  1. So nice to see fireworks so early in the morning in the right places. Happy 4th of July. Now just tell me it killed a few hundred cockroaches and I’ll really enjoy the 4th.

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  2. I guess I didn’t know the American Independence Day was recognized so widely, that as far as even in Ukraine, it’s celebrated! I’d looked up how Ukrainians celebrate their own Independence Day, and I’m happy to see that’s coming soon too! I anticipate great news for August 24th!

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    • Also, the videos in the article couldn’t play, the error message says something about them being “too big.” I think it’s kind of funny how, in freeze frames, the explosion’s clouds or smoke really does look like cotton! Though there’s something about the different qualities of smoke’s appearance vs cotton, that helps us know when Russians are running in a panic.

      Because “bavovna” is something I’ve never heard about, then I’m glad to already be learning more about Ukrainian culture. I look forward to experiencing more when I visit in November, but I’ll be content with what I can browse on the internet. There’s going to be more of that, when Liudmila and I can share each other’s cultures together.

      I know it’s the 5th over there now, but there’s still after-party “fireworks!”

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