In Melitopol, partisans blew up railway tracks

In the temporarily occupied Melitopol, on the night of July 24, partisans blew up the railway tracks used by the occupiers to transport equipment and personnel.

Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov reported this.

According to him, several explosions were heard in the city at night, as a result of which the railway infrastructure was damaged.

Explosions were also heard near the airfield, which the occupiers unsuccessfully tried to restore after missile attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In addition, explosions were heard in the area of ​​the village of Kostyantynivka, which is eight kilometers from the city.

“We are hoping for a surprise from the resistance movement and we are waiting for confirmation of the information,” noted Ivan Fedorov.



  1. Way To Go partisan “wolverines”!!! May they have more and continued success in their efforts. May God make the orcs blind to their actions and keep the partisans safe.

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  2. Well done, partisans!
    It looks like the partisans used special explosives. The two track sections were cleanly cut through. Maybe they used C-126 charges or something similar. They are designed for cutting structural steel.

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