Ammo depot in Russian-occupied Donetsk catches fire

29 May, 01:29 PM
The occupiers set up an ammunition depot at the former chemical plant (Photo:Frame from a video channel AZERBAIJANI ARMED FORCES 24/7)

The occupiers set up an ammunition depot at the former chemical plant (Photo:Frame from a video channel AZERBAIJANI ARMED FORCES 24/7)

An ammunition depot in Russia-occupied Donetsk caught fire late on May 28, with loud explosions being heard and fireballs visible across the city.

The facility, which is located in the city’s Leninsky district, used to house a chemical plant, but for quite some time has been used by Russian proxy forces as a place to stockpile ammunition.

Video footage of the massive fire and huge explosions is now circulating in local Telegram chat channels.

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