A video appeared on the network, which, presumably, shows the consequences of rocket attacks on August 10 by the Armed Forces of Ukraine on a bridge near a hydroelectric power station in the temporarily occupied Nova Kakhovka. The video is posted on the Telegram channel Supernova+.
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The frame shows through damage to the roadway and the fence of the bridge. The second half of the video is a video taken from a drone, which gives a general picture of the destruction.
It is not yet possible to verify the authenticity of this video with data from other sources.
Earlier, the military of the operational command “South” confirmed the strikes on this bridge, saying that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have fire control over the transport and logistics routes in the temporarily occupied parts of the Kherson region.
The military claims the missile attack rendered the bridge “unusable”. It is likely that we are talking about heavy equipment, as a car is driving on the bridge in the video.
There are four key bridges for the Russian occupation group on the right bank of the Dnieper – the Antonovsky railway and automobile bridge, the bridge at the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station and the Darevsky bridge across the Ingulets. On each of these bridges, the Armed Forces of Ukraine strike.
- On August 9, 2022, explosions at the Saki air base in Novofedorovka rocked the Crimea. The occupiers said that “munitions exploded” and that there was allegedly no strike by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
- The Ukrainian Defense Ministry recommends that the enemy “study the rules of fire safety and do not smoke where it is not allowed.”
- An anonymous top DoD official allegedly told the NYT that the explosions were an attack by the UAF with “Ukrainian-made equipment.”
- In the summary of the losses of Russians from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine the next day, “+9” destroyed aircraft appeared.
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