Russian occupants have remotely scattered delayed-action mines in the Industrial district of Kharkiv. Demining continues.
This is reported by Suspilny Kharkiv.
Oleksandrivsky Avenue in Kharkiv is blocked between Bohdan Khmelnytsky Boulevard and Pozharsky Street. Around 1:00 on 11 April, Russian troops remotely dropped time-bombs. The ammo on the timer could explode at any moment.
Rescuers and police have surrounded the area and are trying to keep people from going outside to secure the area and start demining. Half an hour later, journalists heard at least three explosions. The shells explode randomly, but people are still trying to get on the street. Mines are scattered in the courtyards of residential two floors on Oleksandrivsky Avenue.
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