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Closer to Moscow: drone shot down in Kaluga region, another one disappeared

One Russian air defense drone was shot down, the second disappeared from the radar and is now being sought.

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Governor of the Kaluga region of Russia Vladislav Shapsha said that on October 12 an unidentified drone was shot down over the southern part of the air defense region.

< p>“After the air defense hit, the debris fell in a deserted area,” he noted. “There were no casualties, there was also no damage to civilian infrastructure.”

In the comments to the post, Shapsha was asked how it happened that the drone flew by unnoticed through neighboring areas.

“All clarifying questions in this situation are not appropriate. Please refrain from speculation and assessments,” the governor replied.

Closer to Moscow: a drone was shot down in the Kaluga region, another disappeared

Closer to Moscow: a drone was shot down in the Kaluga region, another one disappeared

Meanwhile, Russian telegram channels claim that there were two drones. Air defense shot down one of them near the village of Salovo, the second managed to escape from the radar and is now being sought.

As reported, on October 12, residents of Belgorod heard explosions. It was assumed that this was the work of air defense. The day before, a substation caught fire in the border Shebekino, which left several thousand residents of the region without electricity and water.