Mass casualties in Russia's Belgorod Oblast after drone attacks vehicles en route to work, Russia claims

Russian authorities claim that the Ukrainian drones attacked the buses
Russian authorities claim that the Ukrainian drones attacked the buses

Two buses of employees on their way to work in the village of Berezivka in Russia's Belgorod Oblast were attacked by UAVs, Belgorod Oblast Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov claimed on May 6.

Russia's Health Ministry claimed that 40 people were injured in the attack.

Propagandist outlet RIA Novosti claims that 30 were hospitalized, including three children.

Read also: Casualties reported as at least 13 ‘air targets’ attack Russia’s Belgorod and Belgorod Oblast

One person was injured after a car allegedly came under fire in the Borisovsky district, according to preliminary information.

A communications object was hit in the village of Stariy Khutor in the Valuyskiy city district, Gladkov alleged.

As is traditional, he blamed the attacks on Ukraine's Defense Forces without providing evidence.

In Russia's Belgorod Oblast, a drone allegedly attacked a bus carrying employees of a commercial enterprise to work, Gladkov also claimed on May 3, claiming that one person was injured in the incident.

Read also: Russia builds new military airfield in Belgorod Oblast — OSINT researcher

We’re bringing the voice of Ukraine to the world. Support us with a one-time donation, or become a Patron!

Read the original article on The New Voice of Ukraine