Drone explodes in woods of Russia’s Kaluga region — local governor

A drone exploded in the woods of Russia’s Kaluga region the morning of 6 February, no one was hurt, local governor Vladislav Shapsha says.

“Tonight, residents of Kaluga’s outskirts heard a bang. It’s been established that a drone had exploded at an altitude of 50 metres in the woods close to the city at 5 AM. No damage done to any civilian or social facility. No one was hurt,” he reports.

Law enforcement agents are operating onsite, he adds.

Photo: social media

Photo: social media

Ukraine has not yet commented on the exploded drone.

Since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, border regions of Russia — Kursk, Bryansk, and Belgorod regions — have been regularly shelled.

On 3 February, governor of the Bryansk region Alexander Bogomaz said that Ukrainian servicemen had carried out a missile attack on the territory of the Starodub municipal district at 5 AM. According to him, four missiles were shot down, there were no victims or damage.

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