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The invaders blew up the Antonovsky bridge – social networks

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Telegram channels published photos of serious damage to the facility – several spans were missing.

Russian troops blew up the Antonovsky bridge across the Dnieper, retreated to the Kherson region. On November 11, the local public reported it and published a photo of the destroyed object.

The footage shows the absence of several spans of the bridge.

There is also information that a television tower, a thermal power plant, regional energy companies and a water utility were damaged in Kherson.

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It should be noted that the night before, Russian Telegram channels published a video that allegedly blew up the Antonovsky bridge, as well as the railway bridge, located nearby.

There is no official information about it yet.

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