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 Butusov warned that Russians could target arms depot outside Ichnia a year ago. PHOTO

Exactly a year ago, after Kalynivka-based ammo dump was destroyed by the fire, Censor.NET Chief Editor, Yurii Butusov, identified arms depots which could suffer the same fate.

In his post on social media of Oct 2, 2017, Butusov named four arms depots.

"According to military experts, the following arms depots should be included in the high-risk category: the 47th arms depot of the Ground Forces Command, (the village of Tsvitokha, the Khmelnytskyi region, military unit No. A-1358); the 6th arms depot (the town of Ichnia, the Chernihiv region, military unit No. A-1479); 222nd Central Artillery Ammunition Base (Rossoshka village, the Cherkasy region, military unit No. A-1588); 1322nd Artillery Ammunition Base (Ushomyr village, the Zhytomyr region, military unit No. A-1796)," the journalist wrote in his post.

Butusov warned that Russians could target arms depot outside Ichnia a year ago 01

As reported, an explosion rocked the support area the 6th arms depot near the town of Ichnia, the Chernihiv region around 3:30 a.m. on Oct. 9 setting it on fire. The corresponding security measures were introduced all across the Chernihiv region.

The State Emergency Service reported at least 10,000 locals being evacuated from the danger zone.

Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n3090332
 
 
 
 
 
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