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Explosions in Kerch and Feodosia, occupants block Crimean bridge

Explosions in Kerch and Feodosia, occupants block Crimean bridge Explosions in Kerch, Russians block the Crimean bridge (Photo: GettyImages)

Explosions were heard last night in temporarily occupied Kerch on December 5. The occupation authorities blocked the Crimean Bridge, according to the Shot.

A series of explosions were heard in the sky over Kerch. Residents say they heard at least 9 in the area of Arshintsevo and the village of Voikovo.

The Russians claim that air defense systems are operating in the region. Also, the Crimean occupation authorities temporarily suspended traffic on the Crimean bridge.

Reports on social media indicate that there were explosions in Feodosia and electricity supply issues in the Kerch region.

As per a message, the area around the Kerch bridge has no power.

The Russian Defense Ministry claimed that they intercepted 13 drones over the Azov Sea and Crimea.

In Feodosia, three explosions occurred at 5:05, 5:08, and 5:14 am. A video recording of the explosions was shared online.

Attack in the Crimea

Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, explosions have been heard regularly in various cities of occupied Crimea due to drone and missile strikes on the invaders' positions, equipment parking lots, etc.

Russia announced a large drone attack on the temporarily occupied Crimea on November 24. Following the attack, military units, air defense, radar, and personnel in the city of Dzhankoy were hit.

Explosions and gunfire were heard in Novofedorivka, Saki district of Crimea on November 23.

On November 21, several explosions were heard in Sevastopol. Eyewitnesses reported the initial blast at around 12:15 in the city center, followed by another one. Although no air raid alert was issued, at least five more explosions were reportedly heard according to Crimean Wind.