‘Ukraine drone attack’ sparks inferno at Russian oil depot in Bryansk

‘Ukraine drone attack’ sparks inferno at Russian oil depot: Giant blaze hits critical resupply route for Putin’s invading forces

  • Fire is burning at an oil depot in Bryansk, a region of Russia that borders Ukraine 
  • Three diesel tanks caught fire after drone dropped a bomb into one of them
  • Ukraine does not typically claim credit for attacks on Russian soil, but is widely thought to be behind dozens of blasts on western border 

An oil depot in Russia exploded in a towering inferno this morning after a drone attack thought to have been orchestrated by Ukraine. 

Three tanks containing thousands of tonnes of diesel fuel caught fire around 6am local time at a site in Bryansk, a Russian region that borders Ukraine to the north. 

The fire…

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