Burned equipment: a photo of the consequences of a fire in a military unit in the Bryansk region of Russia
On Saturday, June 11, a large-scale fire broke out in the parking lot of military equipment in the Bryansk region of Russia.
The regional media of the Russian Federation published new photos of the consequences of the fire, InformNapalm writes in a telegram.
A number of vehicles of the Russian occupiers used in the war against Ukraine burned down.
The fire broke out in the village of Khalturyne on the outskirts of the village of Klintsy at a military facility.
At around 6 a.m. on June 11, a local military unit erupted .
As a result of powerful explosions heard by locals on the site of a large number of military equipment used during the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, a fire broke out.
Locals watched the thick smoke in the sky that could be seen for many kilometers.
A park with trucks and other military equipment was on fire, which was damaged in the war in Ukraine and needed to be repaired and restored.
Previously, the cause of the fire is unknown, according to local media, fragments of ammunition or the consequences of UAV shelling have not been recorded.
Rescuers and 9 units of firefighting equipment were involved in the emergency response.
Klintsy is a city of regional subordination in Russia , it is the administrative center of Klintsy district of Bryansk region. The settlement is located almost 50 km from the border with Ukraine and 160 kilometers from Bryansk.
Bryansk region borders on Chernihiv and Sumy regions of Ukraine.