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An explosion occurred in the Tula region. Near the village found a funnel with a diameter of 1.5 m

On the morning of March 2, a crater from an explosion was discovered in the Tula region, several Telegram channels reported. Later, this information was confirmed by the unified dispatch service of the Kireevsky district and the Tula region committee on regional security, they write CASS And RBC.

A funnel was found in a forest 600 meters from the village of Berezovsky, Kireevsky district, Tula region, RBC told the regional security committee. “The causes of the incident are being established. There are no casualties or damage to infrastructure,” the ministry said.

The Kireevsky District Unified Dispatch Service told TASS that the explosion occurred around 8:16 a.m. Moscow time.

“There is about a kilometer from the place of the explosion to the apartment buildings, there is no damage. The funnel is not very big,” the source said.

“A funnel with a diameter of one and a half meters has been discovered, the sappers are working”, reported RIA Novosti in the emergency services of the region. The interlocutor of the agency admitted that a drone could become the cause of the formation of a funnel.

As a result of the explosion, no one was injured, Igor Tskhovrebov, head of the Kireevsky district administration, told TASS.

By dAnna Shot telegram channel, the explosion occurred one kilometer from the village of Berezovsky, in a field near the forest. Debris strewn around the crater “for hundreds of meters”, said in the message. One of the residents of the village told the channel that a shock wave was felt and the windows of the house shook. Base writing that the explosion killed several birds.

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