In Dnipropetrovsk region, an enemy kamikaze drone fell on a private yard, there are casualties

In Dnipropetrovsk region, an enemy kamikaze drone fell on a private yard, there are casualties
In Dnipropetrovsk region, an enemy kamikaze drone fell on a private yard, there are casualties

In the Dnipropetrovsk region, a Russian kamikaze drone fell into a private yard, causing a fire. Six people were injured.

The head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Council, Mykola Lukashuk, reported this in Telegram.

“By evening, air defense forces shot down 2 Shahid-136 kamikaze drones over Dnipropetrovsk region.” One drone fell in the yard of a household, there was a fire. Six people were injured, one person was hospitalized”the post says.

Three farm buildings were destroyed, a private house and two cars were damaged.

The wreckage of the second drone was found on one of the highways in the region. 100 square meters of road surface were damaged.

This is not the first time that our region has been attacked with such drones. the Russians for some reason call them “Geranium-2”, their sound is similar to the sound of a moped. Western media write that the tactics of using Iranian “shahids” involve the operation of two drones for the same purpose. Obviously, we observed such tactics today”– Lukashuk added.

We will remind, Odesa was attacked by kamikaze drones from the sea, there is a dead person.

It should also be noted that in mid-September the Armed Forces confirmed the use of Iranian drones by the Russians against Ukraine. Yes, a week ago near Kupyansk, our fighters destroyed the first Iranian attack UAV-kamikaze Shahed-136.

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