Two residents of the village of Azarovka, Bryansk region, were injured when their car was blown up by a mine. Governor Alexander Bogomaz wrote about this in Telegram.
“In the vicinity of the village of Azarovka, Starodubsky municipal district, two local residents, traveling by car, were injured as a result of a mine explosion. Currently, operational services are working at the scene, the victims will be taken to the district hospital in the near future."
In the Bryansk region, since the beginning of the war, there have been explosions of power lines and railways. The last time Bogomaz reported about the blowing up of a power transmission line support was on November 10th. On October 24, unidentified people blew up the railway on the stretch between the settlements of Novozybkov and Zlynka, the railway tracks were damaged. Prior to this, unknown people blew up two power transmission towers next to the railway.
Earlier, The Insider talked to members of partisan groups who claim responsibility for derailment and other accidents on Russian railways. They oppose the invasion of Ukraine.