In Kolomna, near Moscow, on the evening of Thursday, March 2, an explosion occurred, law enforcement agencies confirmed to TASS. The explosion occurred in the air, it is assumed that it was a drone. “But it’s impossible to say for sure yet, because they can’t find the wreckage,” the source said.
The day before, information about the explosion in Kolomna spread through Telegram channels. The sound of an explosion, smoke and glow was reported.
This information was checked by the police and emergency services.
On February 28, the drone crashed near the village of Gubastovo near Kolomna. Andrey Vorobyov, Governor of the Moscow Region, said at the time that "the target was probably a civilian infrastructure facility, which was not damaged in the end." According to Beware the News, the drone was loaded with explosives. On the same day, drones appeared in the border regions of Bryansk and Belgorod, as well as in the Leningrad region and the Krasnodar Territory. Advisor to the Office of the President of Ukraine Mikhail Podolyak, commenting on this news, said that Ukraine does not strike at the territory of Russia.
On March 2, an explosion thundered in the Tula region. Authorities in the region said a drone crash could be the likely cause.