Five drones attacked a military airfield in Russia’s Bryansk Oblast in the early hours of May 3, Russian Telegram news channel Baza reported.
Ukrainian drones were used in the attack, the outlet said.
Preliminary data suggests that two drones hit their targets on the airfield, two were destroyed, and another UAV was not found.
An An-124 military transport aircraft was slightly damaged in the attack. The aircraft was not in operation, according to media reports.
There were no reported casualties.
An explosion derailed a train carrying fuel in Russia’s Bryansk Oblast on May 1.
A second explosion derailed a separate train in the same region on May 2.
A massive fire broke out at a fuel depot in Russia’s Krasnodar Krai region on May 3 after a suspected drone attack.
Another fire was reported at the Gostilitsy airfield in Leningrad Oblast near Saint Petersburg on May 3, causing the evacuation of two helicopters.
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