On Wednesday evening, January 24, a fire broke out at an oil refinery in Tuapse, Krasnodar Territory. The next morning, an airboat manufacturing plant near Krasnoyarsk was on fire. The media reported details of the incidents.
On the evening of January 24, local Telegram channels reported a fire at the oil refinery in Tuapse, publishing the corresponding footage, NBN reports.
Residents of the city said that before this there were explosions. Eyewitnesses also reported the flight of several drones: drones were seen before and after a fire at an energy facility that is part of the Rosneft company.
The head of the Tuapse district, Sergei Boyko, said that a vacuum installation on the territory of the enterprise caught fire. The occupiers complained that the refinery was attacked by three UAVs, two drones were allegedly shot down and fell into the sea, and the third crashed onto the territory of the plant. The fire was only extinguished in the morning.
While the Russians were trying to extinguish the fire in Tuapse, in the village of Elovoy, Krasnoyarsk Territory, on January 25, it started with a powerful fire in the airboat production, which covered 1,725 m². A wall of fire and black smoke rose above the scene.
Russian media write that the enterprise belongs to the Alligator company . The workshop in which a large-scale fire broke out was producing flat-bottomed water vessels with inflatable and rigid hulls and aircraft engines.
Recall that on January 24, explosions occurred in the temporarily captured Ilovaisk in the Donetsk region. The media report an attack by the Ukrainian Armed Forces on the training ground of the “liberators.”