Aftermath of alleged ATACMS missile strike on Luhansk oil depot – Satellite images

ATACMS missiles use by Defense Forces
ATACMS missiles use by Defense Forces

Satellite images showing the aftermath of the alleged Ukrainian ATACMS missile attack on the Artemivsk district of the Russian-occupied administrative center of Luhansk on the night of May 7 were posted on Telegram by the U.S.-funded Radio Liberty on May 9.

The pictures, taken on May 8, show signs of fire and at least three destroyed fuel storage tanks.

<span class="copyright">Radio Liberty</span>
Radio Liberty
<span class="copyright">Radio Liberty</span>
Radio Liberty
<span class="copyright">Radio Liberty</span>
Radio Liberty

On May 7, the Moscow-appointed leader of the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic,” Leonid Pasechnik, claimed that Ukrainian forces had carried out an ATACAMS missile attack on an oil depot located in Luhansk, resulting in power lines damage, a lack of electricity supply in nearby houses, and a fire in a high-pressure gas pipeline.

Ukraine has not commented on the incident.

Read also: ATACMS missile strike takes out 100+ Russian soldiers training in occupied Luhansk Oblast - OSINT analysts

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