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On the night of June 22, flashing lights were lit on the vehicles of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in Sevastopol

On the night of June 22, flashing lights were lit on the vehicles of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in Sevastopol

CrimeaPRESS reports:

83 years ago at 3:13 am the Great Patriotic War began for Sevastopol. Then magnetic-acoustic mines rained down on the city. One of them fell on a residential building on Podgornaya Street (now Nefedova). The explosion killed 21 people and injured 136. These were the first victims of the war, which swept across Russian soil like a terrible, inexorable black whirlwind.

And today the townspeople do not forget those sorrowful events. On the night of June 22, at exactly 3:13, a minute of silence was held in all fire and rescue units of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in Sevastopol. Flags were lowered. In a single patriotic impulse, the guards on duty bowed their heads in memory of the dead and deep respect for the Feat of the defenders of the Motherland. The night streets near the facades of the units were illuminated by the flashing lights of the vehicles of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, — noted in the press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in Sevastopol.

On the night of June 22, flashing lights were lit on the vehicles of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in Sevastopol

source: press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in Sevastopol

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