Ukraine's drones hit oil, ammo depots in occupied Crimea

Ukraine's drones hit oil, ammo depots in occupied Crimea

An evacuation order has been issued in a 5km zone around the area where a Ukrainian strike destroyed an oil depot and an ammunition storage site in Oktyabrske, a settlement in Krasnogvardiyskyi district, Russian-occupied Crimea.

“Ukraine’s defense forces destroyed an oil depot and warehouse run by the Russian Federation’s army in occupied Oktyabrske (Krasnogvardiskyi district, AR Crimea),” the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ StartCom wrote on Telegram.

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Russian puppet leader in occupied Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, ordered civilian evacuation from a 5-km zone around the affected area. He said a Ukrainian massive drone attack led to “detonations” at an ammo depot.

To “mitigate risks,” Russian occupation authorities also decided to suspend traffic along the Crimea railway line.

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