12 destroyed tanks

 The explosion that occurred in occupied Shakhtarsk in Donetsk Oblast destroyed 12 Russian railway fuel tanks on the evening of 26 October.

Source: Petro Andryushchenko, the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, on Telegram

Quote from Andryushchenko: "Shakhtarsk, Donetsk Oblast. The aftermath of ‘cotton’ [Russian propaganda, initially refusing to use the word ‘взрыв’ (explosion), used ‘хлопок’ (a bang) instead. However, ‘хлопок’ also means ‘cotton’, and this has since become a meme - ed.] burning on the railway. As you can see, not only 12 railway tanks with fuel were destroyed. There were also carefully hidden freight cars in which something was transported for the needs of the front. That’s a definite loss for the occupiers, and positivity for us." 


Details: Andryushchenko published a video of the aftermath of the strike. It shows damaged tracks, burnt and punctured tanks, which are still leaking liquid (probably fuel).

Background: Around 21:30 on 26 October, after several explosions, a large fire broke out near the Postnikovo railway station in occupied Shakhtarsk, Donetsk Oblast. Fuel and lubricants were burning.