Terrible moment: Russia’s “Kamikaze drone” crashes into a building in a giant fireball as a new weapon is unleashed for the first time

This is the terrifying moment when a Russian “kamikaze drone” crashed into a building in a giant fireball as the new weapon was first unleashed.

According to a report, at least three of the Iranian-made drones hit a building believed to now house Ukraine’s Southern Command Headquarters in Odessa.

An Iranian-made

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An Iranian-made “Kamikaze” drone has hit an administrative building in southern UkrainePhoto credit: Twitter/ Visegrad24
The killer drone exploded in a ball of flames

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The killer drone exploded in a ball of flames
Ukraine said there were no casualties in the attack

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Ukraine said there were no casualties in the attackPhoto credit: Twitter/ Visegrad24
Ukraine says it shot down eight Iranian-made drones

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Ukraine says it shot down eight Iranian-made dronesPhoto credit: AFP

Footage released by news channel Visegrad24 appeared to show a Shahed-136 “kamikaze” drone loitering over a building in the port city before plunging into it, trailing a massive fireball in its wake.

Moments later, huge plumes of smoke rise from the destroyed building.

Russia claimed it hit the offices of Ukraine’s Southern Front Operations Command, which is fighting a bloody battle to retake the city of Kherson.

Ukraine said there were no casualties as a result of the strike.

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Kyiv has blasted what it called “collaboration with evil,” stripping Iran’s ambassador to Ukraine of his title over the country’s decision to allegedly supply Russian forces with drones.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said at least eight of the self-destructive Gismos had been shot down since the conflict began in February.

In a late night speech, Zelenskyy said: “Today the Russian army used Iranian drones for their attacks. … The world will know of every instance of collaboration with evil, and there will be appropriate consequences.”

Iran has denied the allegation.

Military authorities in southern Ukraine said they shot down four Shahed-136s near Odessa on Friday.

According to Ukrainska Pravda newspaper, the air force also shot down a larger Iranian drone – a Mohajer-6 – used for reconnaissance.

Unconfirmed footage of a ship believed to be towing a Mohajer-6 out of waters in southern Ukraine has also surfaced online.

The Shahed-136 killer drone – also known as the Heran 2 – was designed as a suicide plane that could loiter over targets before attacking them.

It is equipped with an explosive warhead and can fly up to 2,500 km at a speed of 185 km/h.

According to defence-blog.com, they were developed and manufactured by Iran’s defense industry and unveiled in December 2021.

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The unmanned aircraft has a length of 3.5 m and a wingspan of 2.5 m and weighs 200 kg.

According to Defense Express, the planes are not equipped with cameras and are guided by satellite navigation.

Kyiv has attacked Iran over supplying Russia with Shahed-136 drones

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Kyiv has attacked Iran over supplying Russia with Shahed-136 dronesPhoto credit: Reuters
Shahed-136 are equipped with an explosive warhead and are capable of a range of 2,500 km

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Shahed-136 are equipped with an explosive warhead and are capable of a range of 2,500 kmPhoto credit: Reuters

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