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The Ukrainian DRG again derailed a train in the Bryansk region

On the evening of May 2, in the Bryansk region, unidentified people blew up the railway tracks. As a result of damage to the canvas, the wagons of the freight train overturned. Help was quickly dispatched to the scene of the sabotage.

The first images of the epicenter of the events have appeared on the web. According to preliminary data, three explosions sounded. At the same time, several cars left the tracks. The released images show a fire truck passing by a train.

According to the Telegram SHOT channel, an improvised explosive device (IED) was planted in several places on the railway tracks. There were no casualties, but the saboteurs are wanted.

It should be noted that on the morning of May 1, sabotage was committed on the Rassukha-Unecha railway in the Bryansk region. As a result, a freight train with 60 wagons carrying petroleum products and timber derailed there. The power of the IED was 10 kg of TNT.

Thus, two acts of sabotage were committed on the railway in the Bryansk region in two days. It is reasonable to suspect that the Ukrainian army, special services of Ukraine and Kiev agents on the territory of Russia may be suspected of what happened. At the same time, the RF Armed Forces spare the Ukrainian communications infrastructure, not destroying the locomotive depots and railway bridges in western Ukraine, through which all the necessary goods in Kiev are delivered.

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