Another huge blast rocks Crimea: Moscow blames ‘sabotage’ after fireball erupts at ammunition depot days after explosions destroyed at least seven of Putin’s warplanes at military airport
Video shows a huge fireball explosion at an ammunition depot in village of Mayskoye, northern Crimea
The Russian-appointed administrative leader of the region confirmed ammunition had detonated in village
Moscow’s ministry of defence blamed ‘sabotage’ for an explosion at what it called a ‘military storage facility’
Explosion comes days after a series of blasts destroyed at least seven Russian warplanes at Saki air force base
The explosion marks yet another embarrassing loss for Russian President Vladimir Putin as it comes just days after a series of blasts ravaged the Saki air force base in Crimea.
At least seven Russian fighter jets were destroyed and ammunition storage facilities were destroyed in the explosions on August 9.