An unmanned aerial vehicle crashed into an apartment building in the morning hours in Voronezh, near Russia's border with Ukraine. The impact caused a fire in the building, while fire and rescue teams were dispatched to the scene.
After a short intervention, the fire was extinguished and 3 people were slightly injured.
Voronezh Governor Aleksandr Gusev stated on his social media account that those injured due to broken glass were being treated in hospitals, Ihlas News Agency reported.
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitry Peskov also blamed Ukraine in his statement on the incident. "The Kyiv regime continues to attack civilian facilities and buildings where people live. However, we continue to fight and carry out special military operations," Peskov said.
While the Russian Investigative Committee announced that an investigation was launched into the incident, it was learned that drone parts were collected from the building and its surroundings and an investigation was initiated.
Source: Ihlas News Agency