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Explosions reported at rail bridge north of city of Kherson

According to eyewitnesses, the detonation of ammunition can be heard in the area of the bridge
According to eyewitnesses, the detonation of ammunition can be heard in the area of the bridge

Eyewitnesses report columns of smoke rising in several locations next to the bridge.

“A hit near the rail bridge next to the floodplains; ammo cook-off can be heard,” a comment under one of the videos said.

Read also: Ukraine destroys makeshift Russian river crossing over Dnipro near Kherson

Ukraine’s General Staff is yet to comment on the reports of Ukrainian strikes in the area.

Earlier, Ukrainian artillery destroyed a Russian barracks in occupied Kherson.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine launched a counter-offensive in Kherson Oblast on Aug. 29, after crippling vital Russian supply lines across the Dnipro River.

Read also: Kherson journalist on Antonivskiy Bridge and situation in region – interview

The Ukrainian authorities ordered a news blackout to ensure operation security for the long-awaited counter-offensive, and most information about the Ukrainian attack in the south has come from Russian sources, which are notoriously unreliable.

Read the original article on The New Voice of Ukraine