There was a railway accident near Ulyanovsk in Russia. Several wagons with gas and gasoline derailed.
Telegram channel Baza reports this.
It is known that the incident happened on May 30 around 4 o'clock in the morning. The epicenter of the NP was a section of the railway located near the Ulyanovsk-2 station.
As noted in the Telegram channel, at least one of the wagons overturned on its side. And two wagons with fuel left.
The authors assume that the cause of the incident could have been sabotage - traces of damage to the railway tracks were allegedly found at the site.
NP on the railway in Russia
Such incidents are not uncommon in Russia now. For example, in mid-May, the Russian Federation announced an alleged explosion on a railway in the temporarily annexed Crimea. At that time, the propagandists also called what happened near Bakhchisaray in the Simferopol district a sabotage - eight wagons with grain derailed, five of them overturned. Later, Ukrainian intelligence said that the Russians were transporting not only grain, but also weapons by the railway on which the explosion rang out.
At the same time, according to statistics, sabotage in the Russian Federation noticeably increased in May. The most popular of them were the falling of relay cabinets on railways and military commissaries, as well as actual damage to the rails.