February 28, 2023 Mary Scott 4637
Reports are emerging of a drone that crashed near Moscow, with speculation that it was targeting civilian infrastructure. According to news agency AFP, the governor has stated that the drone was likely attempting to attack civilian infrastructure in the area.
The incident has not yet been confirmed by Russian authorities, and it is not clear if anyone was injured in the crash.
The motive for the alleged attack is not yet known, and it is not clear who may be responsible for the incident. However, given the governor’s statement, it appears that civilian infrastructure was the likely target.
The reported drone crash near Moscow, with civilian infrastructure likely targeted, is a concerning development. As more information becomes available, we will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates.
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Ukrainian🇺🇦 Drone Crashed Near Voskresensk gas Compressor station in the Kolomensky district of the Moscow region. The drone was found in the village of Gubastovo. 90km south east #Moscow. Russia 🇷🇺 ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/JKhHxLl25j
— Vijesti (@Vijesti11111) February 28, 2023
According to preliminary data, a Ukrainian UJ-22 Airborne UAV with a maximum flight range of 800 kilometers fell near a Gazprom facility near Kolomna, near Moscow. pic.twitter.com/SxGVlvGPgf
— Meridionali Aura (@MeridionaliAura) February 28, 2023