Vessel on fire in occupied Crimea’s Sevastopol

Vessel on fire in occupied Crimea’s Sevastopol

A video circulated on Telegram purportedly shows a burning ship after what is claimed to be a missile attack on the port city of Sevastopol in Russia-occupied Crimea.

Footage was published by the ASTRA online platform, Ukrinform reports.

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In the background to the video showing smoke coming from the vessel an eyewitness says the ship was just hit by a missile before going ablaze.

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Meanwhile, the Russian-installed "governor" of occupied Sevastopol, Mykhailo Razvozhaev, claimed an anti-ship attack was repelled, adding that “the debris caused a small fire that was promptly put out."

As reported, today, April 21, a series of explosions was reported in Sevastopol while traffic was shut down across the Crimea Bridge connecting the occupied peninsula with mainland Russia.

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