Oil depot on fire in Russian city near Ukraine border
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A fire at a Russian oil depot near the Ukrainian border has sparked a fire. The fire was so intense that the entire oil depot was destroyed. A large fire that erupted in the early hours of the morning at an oil storage facility in the city of Bryansk, 154 km northeast of the border with Ukraine. It’s going viral on social media.

 The administration did not say how the oil depot caught fire. But a report from People say that’s just what happening. Everything was fine this morning. However, there were multiple explosions. The oil depot then began to burn. Earlier, on April 22, Russian warplanes carried out an air strike on an oil depot near Chugivier near Kharkiv, Ukraine. Earlier in the day, a Ukrainian helicopter bombed an oil depot in Belgorod, Russia.

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