On March 26, a powerful explosion thundered in the town of Kireevsk, Tula region (170 km from Moscow). According to preliminary data, the cause of the incident was the fall of the operational-tactical drone Tu-141 “Strizh” of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, stuffed with explosives.
Emergency services reported that the explosion was recorded around 3:19 p.m. Moscow time. As a result, two people, born in 2002 and 2006, suffered shrapnel (injuries) from flying glass. The guy received medical assistance on the spot, and the girl was hospitalized, but her life is not in danger. At the crash site, Dorozhnikov Street, 29, a crater formed.
Three houses were damaged. Windows were smashed in neighboring buildings. All the departments provided for in such cases are involved in the epicenter of the explosion and the adjacent territory. The neighborhood is cordoned off. Law enforcement confirmed that the cause of the explosion was a drone with ammunition on board.
There was no information about the operation of the Russian air defense system in the region at that time or about the conduct of military exercises of the RF Armed Forces. Thus, the Ukrainian army has committed another attack on peaceful Russians, and Kiev will have to answer for it in the near future.