Date: 2 months ago   Category: Russia

The self-propelled gun the Peony turned over in transit


The artillery cannon fell from the trailer at turn in Ingushetia. It is claimed that "there are no fatal damages". In Russia the artillery cannon when transporting turned over. An incident occurred in the Republic of Ingushetia, TASS on Thursday, March 14 reports. "Near a circle Magas from the trailer the artillery cannon at turn fell. The part of the road is surrounded, there are no victims any", – noted in the local Department of MIA. Also it is claimed that turned over 2C7 or the Peony (the index to the Bolshoi Theatre – object 216) – the Soviet 203-mm self-propelled gun which still is on arms of armies of Russia, Ukraine and some other countries. "There are no fatal damages. It is loaded back", – reported to the agency. Let's remind, last year in the Russian Kursk the T-34 tank after the military parade in honor of the 75 anniversary of fight on the Kursk arch turned over. Also in historical cent of Kiev on the Hem the antiaircraft emplacement Bouck crashed into the building of business center Astarta. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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