Rail havoc in Russia after second explosion in as many days destroys key ‘Devil’s Bridge’ – NV souces

Another train with fuel explodes on a railway line in Russia
Another train with fuel explodes on a railway line in Russia

Another fuel train explosion on Russia’s Baikal-Amur Mainline signals the second phase of a strategic operation by Ukraine’s SBU to disrupt this vital railway route, sources told NV.

Russians utilize this mainline, including for military logistics purposes.

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The initial incident occurred in the Severomuiskii Tunnel, prompting Russians to divert their use of the line through a bypass route known as the “Devil’s Bridge.” However, during a train’s passage on this towering 35-meter bridge, embedded explosive devices were triggered, resulting in the ignition of six tanks, Russian Telegram channels reported.

A firefighting train was dispatched to extinguish the ensuing blaze.

Ukraine’s SBU Security Service executed a controlled detonation in the Bessolov Northern Tunnel on the Baikal-Amur Mainline in Buryatia on the night of Nov. 30, NV sources reported. This railway serves as a vital connection between Russia and China.

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Four explosive devices were activated during the freight train’s movement.

However, the SBU has not officially commented on this operation.

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