The Ukrainian Armed Forces shelled a railway station in the Russian region

The Ukrainian Armed Forces shelled a railway station in the Russian region



The Ukrainian Armed Forces fired at a railway station in the border part of the Kursk region

The Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) shelled the Glushkovo railway station in the Kursk region on Tuesday morning, March 5. Governor Roman Starovoyt wrote about this in his Telegram channel.

According to him, nine arrivals were recorded in this part of the region. No harm done.

“As a result, a fire occurred - the fire has already been extinguished. Power lines were damaged,” Starovoit said.

The governor of the Kursk region added that the shelled station and the village of Kulbaki were left without power.

“As soon as it is safe, emergency crews will begin restoration,” concluded the head of the region.

Let us remind you that on the morning of March 5 over the Belgorod region, air defense forces eliminate three unmanned aerial vehicles.



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