Military intelligence: 2 locomotives destroyed in Russia

Two diesel locomotives have been destroyed in Russia over the past few days, Ukraine's military intelligence (HUR) reported on April 28.

A diesel locomotive was set on fire in Orenburg, 1,100 kilometers east of the Ukrainian border, by "unknown persons" on April 28, according to HUR.

Another diesel locomotive was destroyed in a fire in the Russian city of Vladikavkaz overnight on April 26.

While Kyiv has not claimed responsibility for the locomotives' destruction, HUR commented in a Telegram post that destroying Russian locomotives reduces their logistical capabilities.

No further information was provided.

Russian authorities have yet to comment on the fires.

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