"Loud sounds" were heard again in Belgorod, there is destruction and victims

Belgorod, Russian Federation, July 2022
Belgorod, Russian Federation, July 2022
© Photo: video screenshot
Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: July 03 2022 at 11:27 am
Source: myukraineis.org

The head of the Belgorod region of the Russian Federation, Vyacheslav Gladkov , stated that there was a series of "loud sounds" in Belgorod, and that the air defense was probably working there.

He announced this in his Telegram channel.

" Half an hour ago, a series of loud sounds was heard in Belgorod. A private residential building is on fire at 23 Mayakovsky Street... The reasons for what happened are being investigated, the anti-aircraft defense system probably went off ," he wrote.

Later, Gladkov reported that there was information about three dead and four injured. There are partial destructions of 11 apartment buildings.

They claim that 39 private residential buildings were partially destroyed, 5 of them completely.

Belgorod, Russian Federation, July 2022 Photo from open sources

We will remind, on June 22 in Russia, the Navoshakhty Oil Refinery caught fire . The event took place in the city of Novoshakhtynsk, Rostov region. Then a video appeared on the network with an alleged attack on a refinery with the help of a drone, which crashed into an oil processing plant.

What exactly caused the "loud sounds" is currently unknown.

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