Freight train goes off rails in Russia’s Bryansk region after explosive device detonates on railway tracks

In Russia’s Bryansk region, a freight train has partially gone off the rails because an improvised explosive device detonated, the local governor Alexander Bogomaz reports.

“In the Unechsky district, an unidentified explosive device detonated at the Bryansk-Unecha track, following which a freight train’s locomotive went off the rails,” Bogomaz writes.

According to him, no one was hurt. The emergency crews are operating on site.

The traffic has been temporarily suspended on this part of the road.

On 30 April, the head of the Bryansk region reported that four local residents had been killed in shelling conducted by Ukraine’s Armed Forces.

According to Bogomaz, another two people were wounded and hospitalised.

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