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Vehicle of Russian occupant exploded in Dzhankoy

Vehicle of Russian occupant exploded in Dzhankoy In Dzhankoy, a vehicle belonging to a Russian occupant was detonated (photo: Getty Images)

In the temporarily occupied Dzhankoy, a vehicle belonging to a Russian serviceman was detonated, according to the Telegram channel Baza.

Preliminary information suggests that an explosive device was triggered beneath the vehicle.

According to sources from the channel, unknown individuals attached a contact charge of approximately 500 grams of TNT equivalent to the underside of the Russian occupant's Chevrolet Aveo.

The bomb detonated during daylight hours on September 23 near the residence of the Russian intruder. It is noted that no shrapnel or additional harmful components were used in the bomb.

У Джанкої підірвали автомобіль російського окупанта, - ЗМІ

The situation in the Crimea

In recent months, there has been an increasing number of incidents involving explosions in the temporarily occupied Crimea. These incidents sometimes involve strikes against the Russian fleet, missile or drone attacks on the peninsula, or the Crimean Bridge.

For instance, on August 23, Ukrainian defenders managed to destroy an S-400 air defense missile system near the village of Olenivka in Crimea.

On August 24, Ukrainian intelligence operatives conducted a special operation on the peninsula during which they eliminated enemy soldiers and destroyed boats.

Furthermore, on September 23, the Armed Forces of Ukraine launched an attack on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. The Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine confirmed the success of the operation, and Special Operations Forces reported that the strike was carried out during a meeting of the Russian fleet's command.