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Russian Warplane Drops Bomb on Belgorod

Russian Warplane Drops Bomb on Belgorod, Injuring Two People

Russian Warplane Drops Bomb on Belgorod, Injures Two

A Russian Su-34 warplane dropped a bomb on the city of Belgorod, causing an explosion that injured two people, according to state media reports. The emergency release of air ordnance left a huge impact crater with a radius of 20 meters, blowing a car onto a roof and damaging several apartment buildings. The incident happened at around 22:15 Moscow time on April 20, when the aircraft was performing a flight above the city of Belgorod, which is located 40 kilometers north of the border with Ukraine.

The Su-34 bomber is known for its extended combat capabilities, and it can carry a variety of munitions, including air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles as well as guided and unguided bombs. Although Russian state media did not disclose what type of munition fell on Belgorod, the incident raises concerns about the country’s use of advanced air-launched munitions.

Emergency Release of Air Ordnance Leaves a Huge Impact Crater

The impact of the explosion was significant, leaving a crater 40 meters (130 feet) across and damaging several apartment buildings. The incident underscores the dangers of using advanced weapons in populated areas, as the blast could have caused more harm and casualties.

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