In the Kherson region, an occupier train of more than 40 wagons was destroyed: the Ministry of Internal Affairs called new losses of the enemy

The train arrived in the Kherson region from the occupied Crimea, said the adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs.

In the Kherson region, Ukrainian soldiers destroyed an enemy echelon of more than 40 wagons, shared in the Ministry of Internal Affairs / photo of the General Staff
In the Kherson region, Ukrainian soldiers destroyed an enemy echelon of more than 40 wagons, shared in the Ministry of Internal Affairs / photo of the General Staff

Servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Kherson region destroyed a train train of more than 40 wagons with manpower, equipment and ammunition of the Russian invaders.

This was announced by Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs Anton Gerashchenko on the social network Facebook .

“On the night of Friday to Saturday, a high-precision HIMARS strike destroyed a train train of more than 40 wagons, which arrived from Crimea with manpower, equipment and ammunition at the Brilevka railway station, Kherson region,” Gerashchenko said.

According to him, as a result, the manpower of the occupiers “turned into coals, equipment into piles of scrap metal, and the BC flew into the air.”

Also, according to intelligence, all the machinists and engineers of the Russian Railways company, who transported military cargo from Crimea to the Kherson region, died.

(C)UNIAN 2022

7 comments

  1. The relevant statement was made by Head of the Public Council at Odesa Regional State Administration- Regional Military Administration Head Spokesperson Serhii Bratchuk on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

    “The enemy’s manpower losses were as follows: about 80 killed and 200 injured,” Bratchuk wrote.

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