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Explosion in Sevastopol near combined heat and power (photo)

Explosion in Sevastopol near combined heat and power (photo) The explosion in Sevastopol on November 3 occurred near the combined heat and power on November 3 (Photo: Getty Images)

On Friday, November 3, a second explosion rocked Crimea, this time at the Sevastopol combined heat and power, according to local media.

"At 9:30 a.m., an explosion likely occurred in front of the combined heat and power in Sevastopol", according to the statement.

Industrial enterprises, including an asphalt plant, are located in this area according to the local media.

Explosions in Crimea

Explosions have been occurring frequently in Crimea, primarily at the center of the occupiers' base and equipment deployment.

Explosions were heard in Sevastopol, which is temporarily occupied, on the night of October 24. According to Natalia Humeniuk, Head of the United Coordinating Press Center of Security and Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine, the results of the explosions "will make everyone happy". Furthermore, these explosions are part of the Armed Forces of Ukraine's tactics to destroy Russian potential.

A missile attack on a military unit near the village of Sakharna Holovka caused the explosions, as it was revealed a day later. The unit is where the weapons depots of the Russian Black Sea Fleet are stationed.