In Tokmok, an enemy train with equipment and occupiers burned at night: there are probably dead


Enemy convoy with equipment and occupiers burned at night in Tokmok: there are probably dead< /p>

APU continues to destroy the invaders, their warehouses and equipment. Another “clap” at night was in the occupied Tokmak.

A correspondent from Zaporizhzhia told Channel 24 about this. He noted that Tokmok is an important railway junction of the Zaporizhzhia region, and this is not the first time that “cotton” has happened there. /h2>

According to him, this is not the first time that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have covered the manpower and ammunition of infidels, which they bring to Tokmak and store there. On the night of August 23-24, a video appeared of everything that the Russians had brought there exploding and burning at one of the city's enterprises.

It is reported that there is also personnel was. That is, in addition to the destroyed ammunition and fuel, there should also be dead, – the correspondent noted. also said that tankers and terrorists of the 110th brigade published an interesting video of how they destroyed a Russian tank on the battlefield.

“First, the tankmen covered it with their cannon, and then, as can be seen from the drone, the gunners finish off the afflicted equipment of the infidels,” a correspondent from Zaporozhye said.

Destroyed composition of infidels in Tokmak: watch the video

Situation in Zaporozhye: Brief

  • In Mikhailovka in Zaporozhye, the local Gauleiter Ivan Sushka was blown up. But the invaders first said that he was in intensive care, and then admitted that Sushko had died.
  • Russian infidels attacked the regional center at night. According to Anatoly Kurtev, secretary of the Zaporizhia City Council, it is known that enemy shells hit 6 residential premises, but, fortunately, there were no deaths or injuries as a result of the shelling.
  • IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi said that the agency would go to Ukraine in the near future. He also noted that Ukraine informed the International Atomic Energy Agency that the occupiers had resumed shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

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