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Two drones hit Rostov-on-Don, four drones shot down in Bryansk and Moscow regions

Source: Meduza

Russian air defenses shot down two Ukrainian drones in the Rostov region overnight on September 7, reported Russia’s Defense Ministry.

According to Rostov governor Vasily Golubev, one of the drones crashed in the western part of Rostov-on-Don. The second drone fell in the city center.

Three buildings had their facades damaged and windows broken. Several cars parked nearby were damaged. One person sought medical help but was not hospitalized.

Telegram channels posted videos showing the moment the drone hit Rostov’s city center, causing a vehicle to catch fire. The drone reportedly crashed near the Southern Military District headquarters building.

Another drone was shot down by air defense systems in the Ramensky District of the Moscow region, reported mayor Sergey Sobyanin. No casualties or damage were reported.

According to Telegram channel Mash, the drone crashed near the Zhukovsky International Airport. The blast shattered windows in neighbouring houses.

Nikolay Khanin, head of the local administration, said that four cars were damaged and five apartments had their windows broken as a result of the explosion.

Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency reported that the drone attacks caused partial restrictions on flights at Domodedovo, Vnukovo, and Zhukovsky airports.

Bryansk governor Alexander Bogomaz said three Ukrainian drones were shot down overnight in the region.

The Russian Defense Ministry reported that two drones were shot down over the Bryansk region at 6:30 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. local time.

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