Drone with 17 kilograms of explosives crashes near Moscow
The drone crashed near Moscow (Photo:t.me/bazabazon)
A drone carrying 17 kilograms of explosives has crashed near Moscow, Russia’s Telegram news channel Baza reported on April 24.
A local discovered the drone in a forest near Noginsk, Moscow Oblast, on the afternoon of April 23.
The discovered UAV was allegedly a Ukrainian-made UJ-22 Airborn, Baza claims.
"Apparently, it ran out of fuel in the tank."
"Inside the drone, about 30 briquettes weighing 570 grams each with explosives inside were found."
The drone was allegedly "equipped with C-4 charges," Baza alleges.
Earlier, NV reported that the Russian Black Sea Fleet in occupied Sevastopol was attacked by surface drones in the early hours of April 24.
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