According to the Russian online news channel Telegram Baza, an unknown unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) went down at the airfield of the Russian Engels-1 airbase in Saratov Oblast, which Russia uses to launch massive missile attacks against Ukraine and in its energy infrastructure in particular. .
As a result, two Tu-95 strategic bombers were damaged and two Russian soldiers were hospitalized, the Russian channel Astra Telegram reported.
Interior Ministry adviser Anton Gerashchenko posted a video on Telegram purporting to show the attack.
Meanwhile, the Russian propaganda news outlet RIA reported that a fuel tanker had exploded near Ryazan, 200 km (125 miles) from Moscow.
As a result, three people were reported dead and six others injured.
An aircraft was also reportedly damaged during the incident, although no further details were provided.
Engels Air Base is located 750 km (465 miles) from the Ukrainian border.
On December 1, German news outlet Der Spiegel reported that the Russian Engels-2 airbase, also in Saratov Oblast, was placed on high alert.
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