It is known that the drone was found between the village of Petrovskoye and the village of Malovel. Russian journalists claim that the drone could fly about 600 km.
A drone of unknown passage crashed near the Russian city of Tula. This was announced on Sunday, March 19, by the Committee of the Tula Region for Regional Security.
The Russian department claims that the UAV was found in the Odoevsky district of the Tula region between the village of Petrovskoye and the village of Malovel. No casualties have been reported.
“In a field far from residential buildings, a fallen unmanned aerial vehicle without identification marks and departmental affiliation was found,” the statement said.
The Russian Telegram channel SHOT published a photo from the drone crash site. One of the photos shows a note from experts that the UAV could cover a distance of up to 600 km.
Explosions in the Tula region
Note that this is not the first case of explosions in the Tula region. Earlier, on March 2, it was reported that in the village of Berezovsky, Tula Region, in the area of Molodezhnaya Street, a powerful explosion occurred, which was heard by all local residents. Later, a mysterious funnel up to half a meter deep was found in the forest.
Recall, on March 16, Advisor to the Mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko said that in the occupied village of Maloyanisol explosions were heard from the warehouse of the Russian Armed Forces with ammunition. An adviser to the mayor of Mariupol also added that after the explosions, the Russian invaders raised their helicopters in the direction of the hit.
Also on March 16, a fire was reported in the building of the Border Service of the FSB in Rostov-on-Don. The cause of the fire was allegedly an explosion at the border control warehouse.
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