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Explosion of Ammunition Depots in Udmurtia

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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 07:14 AM
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Explosion of Ammunition Depots in Udmurtia


russiatrek.org

June 2 about 23:30 MSK at the military unit in Udmurtia Republic near the village of Pugachevo an explosion occurred, which led to the detonation of ammunition. More than 28 thousand people were evacuated from nearby settlements.
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posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 07:14 AM
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I was searching the most recent 'UFO' uploads on youtube, and clicked on a video that ended up not having anything todo with the subject.

But was something that was real, and had just recently happened.

Very recently an explosion was seen, felt, and heard in Pugachevo Udmurt Republic.

A fire started in a ammunition depot which set off the explosion.



Not sure if any deaths were reported.

The video shows the explosion from a distance, and from upclose.

Some crazy ish.


russiatrek.org
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 3-6-2011 by Oozii because: YT Vid Fix



posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 05:48 PM
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Here are two photo's of the explosion.


news.nationalpost.com...


A Russian NTV channel television grab shows balls of fire and columns of smoke rising above a burning arms depot in central Russian Udmurtia region, some 1,200 km east of Moscow early on June 3, 2011. Fire raged on June 3 through a Russian arms depot where tonnes of artillery shells and rockets are stored, causing the mass evacuation of people and leaving dozens injured in the third such recent incident.


An explosion is seen from a burning ammunition depot, some 20 km from the city of Izhevsk, June 3, 2011. Russian authorities battled a blaze raging through an arms depot on Friday that halted oil pipeline flows from the country's top crude producer and forced tens of thousands to be moved out of the area.



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