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Car explosion in Mariupol kills Russian occupation administration official

A member of the Russian occupation administration was killed in a car explosion in Mariupol; another two Russians sustained injuries.

Source: Mariupol Resistance on Telegram; Petro Andriushchenko, advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, on Telegram

Quote from Mariupol Resistance: "On 24 November, a camouflage-coloured car, originally a white VAZ, exploded near 63, Hromova Street, in the vicinity of a [Russian] occupation administration building. A military official was driving the car, one of the recently arrived [Russian conscripts]."

Details: Mariupol Resistance reported that another two Russians who were also in the car sustained injuries.

One of them has been hospitalised in Donetsk with severe burns.

The other one broke his arm and sustained a brain injury and has been taken to Hospital No. 2 in Mariupol.

Petro Andriushchenko, advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, commented on the incident, saying that "the driver has not survived" the explosion.

Previously: The Russian occupation regime has ramped up patrolling in the occupied city of Mariupol. Spot checks of the residents are being conducted in the city.

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