In Crimea, on the night of June 21, a railway track was blown up, reports Baza. The explosion occurred in the area of Feodosia. There were no casualties.
The “head” of Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov, also reports on the Telegram channel that the railway track was damaged in the Feodosia region, but does not name the reason for the incident. He assured that train traffic would be restored within two hours.
Earlier in June, in the Kirovsky district of the annexed Crimea, a railway track was blown up in front of a train, the driver managed to slow down. In May, an explosion on a railroad in the Simferopol region derailed five wagons full of grain.