Gas Pipeline Blown Up In Occupied Simferopol

A 70-centimeter crater was left at the scene.


An attempt was made to blow up a gas pipeline in Russia-occupied Simferopol.

Russian Telegram channel Mash reports that the pipe was slightly damaged, and a 70-centimeter crater remained at the site.

“Preliminarily, an explosive with a capacity of 200 grams of TNT was placed near the pipeline. No one was injured, the gas supply was not suspended,” the report said.


  1. It was a small attempt, but, nevertheless, it was a try. The inconsequential damage is not what’s important. It’s the fact that there is resistance in Crimea, even in its capital city.

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