Other explosions are reported in other locations in Crimea.

It is about an air base of the Russian army in the village of Guardeysko, from where explosions were heard and black smoke was seen rising into the air, Nexta reports on its official Twitter profile.

The theory of possible drone attacks on an ammunition depot is being examined, Telegrafi reports.

On the other hand, the Russian Ministry of Defense has previously announced that the explosions in Dzhankoy in the north of Crimea are simply "sabotage".

⚡️ Explosions were heard at a Russian military base near Simferopol, Crimea

— Iuliia Mendel (@IuliiaMendel) August 16, 2022

After the powerful explosions at the ammunition depot in Dzhankoy in northern Crimea, the pro-Russian separatists have declared a "state of emergency", Sergey Aksyonov announced today.

🇷🇺 will not comply with fire safety.

- Yuri Ignat, speaker of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of 🇺🇦.

Details: "Dzhankoy (Crimea) is another airfield where the 🇷🇺 have concentrated attack helicopters and other military equipment."

Dzhankoy today ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/SsG1DrIIae

— Ukrainian Air Force (@KpsZSU) August 16, 2022

"We are in an emergency situation", Aksyonov told reporters, stressing that more than 3 thousand people have been evacuated from two regions where the explosion of the ammunition depot took place.

❗️Explosions can be heard at the military airbase in the village of #Gvardeyskoye in #Crimea and clouds of black smoke can be seen, #Russian media reported.

They are checking a theory about a possible drone attack on an ammunition depot.


— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) August 16, 2022

In the statement, it was announced that a number of objects, including the train tracks, were damaged by the explosions.

⚡️Ukrainian military unit operating behind enemy lines was responsible for the blasts in Dzhankoi district.

Russia's Defense Ministry said that the episode was an "act of sabotage," The New York Times reported, citing a high-ranking Ukrainian official.

📰 https://t.co/JcFauPEH2f pic.twitter.com/tYQpfRaoc1

— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) August 16, 2022

We recall that from the explosions in Crimea in the early hours of this morning, two people were injured.