Explosions in the occupied city of Melitopol, Zaporozhye region, thundered on Sunday, March 2.
Fixed hits in the area of the locomotive depot. Arrivals there are recorded for the third time this week. Smoke can be seen above the impact site. The Ukrainian authorities are collecting data on the liquidated equipment of the invaders. Mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov announced this on April 2 in Telegram.
Explosive Sunday for the occupiers in Melitopol. Explosions are heard in the city, the report says.
According to journalist Andrey Tsaplienko, in Melitopol, a blow was struck at the central workshop of the depot, where the locomotives were located. Their occupiers used them to transport warehouses with ammunition and military equipment by rail. There were also hits on the electrical substation that feeds the railway line and the depot.
Recall that on March 29, explosions thundered in the area of the substation of the locomotive depot in Melitopol, as a result of which power went out in the northern and western regions of the temporarily occupied city, as well as in Semenovka, Tambovets and some other nearby villages.
And on March 23, an improvised explosive device went off near the fire station in Melitopol, as a result of the explosion, a so-called policeman was injured.
And on March 14, a car exploded in the center of Melitopol.
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