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Explosions were heard in many Crimean cities. Also on social networks there are reports of attacks on two airfields – in Belbek and Gvardeysky.

Explosions were heard in various cities of the temporarily occupied Crimea on the evening of Wednesday, May 15. Social networks are writing about a massive missile attack on the peninsula. However, there is no reliable information yet.

In particular, according to the Crimean Wind Telegram channel, explosions were heard by residents of Simferopol, Sevastopol and Dzhankoy. Residents of the town of Gvardeiskoye, where the military airport is located, also reported loud explosions.

Six explosions were also reported in the area of ​​Belbek airfield in Sevastopol.

In addition, social networks report that explosions were heard in Novofedorovka, Yevpatoria, Saki and Kerch.

Traffic on the Crimean Bridge is blocked.

Meanwhile, the occupation authorities reported the alleged shooting of several targets in the air. There is also panic among the Rospublicans because of a possible attack on the Crimean Bridge.

Crimean Wind, citing a source, reports a possible hit on the fuel depot at Belbek airfield. The fire allegedly started there, but this information needs clarification.

We remind you that last night loud explosions were heard in Sevastopol and Evpatoria. In particular, it was reported that there was an attack on Belbek airport. The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that 10 ATACMS missiles were said to have been shot down.

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