Explosions Hit Russian Ammunition Depot in Crimea

Russian officers reported explosions at an ammunition depot in Crimea, prompting the suspension of trains and marking a contemporary blow to Moscow’s battle effort.

Tuesday’s blasts at an ammunition dump at a disused farm close to the village of Maiske left two folks with minor accidents, Russian officers mentioned. Authorities on the peninsula, which Russia’s army seized in 2014, evacuated 2,000 folks from a 3-mile zone across the depot and stopped trains on the close by practice line, which sweeps up from the jap fringe of the peninsula to the Ukrainian mainland.