IRYNA BALACHUK – SATURDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER 2022, 16:27
Ivan Fedorov, Mayor of temporarily occupied Melitopol in Zaporizhzhia Oblast, reported that at about 16:00 on 17 September, there were five explosions in the village of Bohatyr near the district centre where the occupiers’ base was located.
Source: Fedorov on Telegram
Quote from the Mayor of Melitopol: "Just in: there have been five explosions in the area of Molochnyi Estuary in the village of Bohatyr, where the occupiers had redeployed some of their military equipment and personnel."
Details: Fedorov recalled that explosions had occurred in the village of Radyvonivka on the morning of 17 September.
He added that he was collecting information about the occupiers’ losses.
Later, the media reported that partisans had blown up a railway line in Melitopol, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, on 17 September. The occupiers had been using this railway line to deliver petrol and fuel for military vehicles from Crimea.