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Fourteen Russian soldiers were stationed in a hospital in the village of Kinsky Rosdori in Zaporizhia, Ukraine, when they were “attacked” by … a goat.
around the site, The invaders installed a “circular defense” system with “wires tripping”. “Tumble wires” are very thin metal wires used to make traps and connected to mechanical or electronic means that trigger a detonator that makes the charge explode – which in this particular case were grenades.
After the Russian soldiers set up this entire system, there was an unexpected invasion of the hospital perimeter. A goat that had escaped from a farm near the medical facility appeared at the scene and accidentally detonated a series of grenades. It was reported that a number of Russian soldiers were wounded, and instructions from the Ukrainian intelligence advanced on Monday, Reported by the Russian newspaper Pravda.
Moscow troops were reportedly hospitalized with varying injuries.due to the behavior of the animal, which, according to the Russian site, randomly moved around the place, in the village of Kinski Rozdory.
As for the animal, Pravda says that its “fate” is not yet known, so it is not known whether the goat survived.
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