Officials in Russia said that another explosion on railway tracks in Bryansk, Russia, has resulted in a train being derailed.
Russian authorities have said that an explosion has resulted in a freight train being derailed in the Russian region of Bryansk, which borders Ukraine.
According to Reuters, the incident took place on Tuesday, May 2, resulting in the locomotive, along with some wagons being derailed.
Bryansk regional governor Alexander Bogomaz wrote on Telegram that “An unidentified explosive device went off near the Snezhetskaya railway station. There were no casualties”.
He added, “As a result of the incident, a locomotive and several wagons of a freight train derailed”.
This comes after another freight train was derailed about 150 km (90 miles) west of Bryansk after an explosion on Monday, May 1.
Shortly after the explosion, images and videos of the incident started circulation across social media platforms, which showed the locomotive on fire and black smoke coming out of it.
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