Oil Depot 70 Kilometers Inside Russia Hit by Two Large Explosions in Suspected Ukrainian Strike – Video

There was a massive explosion this morning at an oil depot inside Russia in Bryansk. The oil refinery-storage facility is reportedly 70 kilometers inside of the Russian border.


Via Artoir.

The Sun reported:

RUSSIA has been rocked by huge explosions and a massive fire following a suspected missile strike by Ukraine.

The blaze erupted at the Druzhba oil depot in Bryansk with flames seen across the entire city.

RUSSIA has been rocked by huge explosions and a massive fire following a suspected missile strike by Ukraine.

The blaze erupted at the Druzhba oil depot in Bryansk with flames seen across the entire city.

Massive explosions also rang out and locals were evacuated from their homes close to the inferno.

The oil depot is likely to be vital for supplying Russia’s troops as they attempt to take control of the Donbas.

Russian media accused Ukrainian drones of staging the attacks – with two strikes on the tanks at the Druzhba plant at 1am.

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