Bavovna in Sevastopol – a woman was “forgotten” in a shopping center in an airstrike – UNIAN

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The staff ran to the shelter without even checking the cameras.

The woman showed an empty shopping center where she was locked / UNIAN collage, screenshot

In Sevastopol, a woman was locked in a shopping center during the alarm. While she was selecting goods, employees closed the store and went into hiding, according to Telegram channel Baza.

The woman took a video of the empty store and complained about the employees.

“Here I am in the shop. There’s no one anywhere… They’re closed – and not a soul,” says the woman. At the same time, cameras are installed in the store and employees have to check whether there is anyone else in the room before leaving.

At the same time, the woman claims that she herself did not hear the siren – there was no alarm in the shopping center.

Bavovna in Sevastopol

Yesterday evening an air raid alarm was declared in occupied Sevastopol.

Sevastopol is constantly under attack by the Ukrainian armed forces, which is why Russia is even moving part of the Russian Black Sea Fleet to Novorossiysk in the Krasnodar Territory.

On the night of October 6, explosions were heard in Sevastopol in occupied Crimea. According to Crimean Wind, the air defense forces were probably working over Sevastopol or South Bay.

The so-called “Governor of Sevastopol” Mikhail Razvozhaev reported that they allegedly repelled an attack by sea drones.

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