Social networks report explosions in Crimea at night

Social networks report explosions in Crimea at night

On the night of June 10, explosions were heard in the temporarily occupied Crimea. They were heard in the Dzhankoi, Yevpatoriia, Chornomorske, Rozdolne, and Saky districts.

This is reported by the Telegram channel 'Crimean Wind' (Krymskyi Veter) Ukrinform reports.

“Up to six to eight explosions were heard in the Krasnoperekopsk, Dzhankoi districts, and Pervomaiske village. Nothing is known about hits yet,” the message says.

It is noted that four powerful explosions, which “made the walls shake,” were heard in the Yevpatoriia and Saky districts. There is an assumption that a military facility near the village of Naumivka, Saky district, was hit - this information has not been confirmed. In the village of Mykhailivka, Saki district, electricity was cut off at the same time as the explosions occurred.

Read also: Russians moving air defense systems from Mariupol to occupied Crimea

It is also reported that all four missiles hit a ground facility near Yevpatoriia on an almost vertical trajectory, but this information has not been confirmed either.

Earlier, Ukrinform reported that the Ukrainian Defense Forces successfully hit the Kerch ferry crossing with ATACMS missiles, and two ferries carrying rail and road transportation were significantly damaged.

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