In the Tula region on the morning of March 2, an explosion thundered. The region's governor, Alexei Dyumin, said a drone crash could be the likely cause. This was reported in the Telegram channel of the regional government.
According to Mash, the explosion occurred a kilometer from the village of Berezovsky. Residents saw a black crater strewn with ash in the field, metal fragments scattered from it, and called the security services at about 8 o'clock in the morning. The drone, according to the Telegram channel, was sent to Shchekinskaya GRES.
There were no casualties or injuries, said Igor Tskhovrebov, head of the Kireevsky district administration.
On February 28, a drone crashed near Kolomna, it was reported that it was filled with explosives. The drone crashed near the village of Gubastovo. A hundred meters from the crash site is the Gazprom compressor station. The UJ-22 AIRBORNE marking of the Ukrainian manufacturer Ukrjet was found on the drone. Its maximum flight range is 800 km, and its height is 50 m. Such a drone, as explained, could cover the distance from Gubastov to the center of Moscow in about 40 minutes. UJ-22 can carry 15-20 kg of cargo on board - 30 F1 grenades or 4 cartridges.