Ambulances covered in protective film transported six Russians who might be suffering from radiation poisoning in mystery explosion during ‘test of new hypersonic missile.’
The Daily Mail is reporting that Vladimir Putin might be covering up a nuclear disaster after ambulances were seen in protective film generally reserved for nuclear accidents after Thursday’s mysterious explosion at the Nyonoksa weapons testing site in the sub-Arctic Arkhangelsk.
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Suspicions are growing today that Russia has suffered another nuclear accident after ambulances covered in protective film were seen transporting six people with serious radiation poisoning in a mystery explosion at a military base.
Alarming footage also shows men in protective clothing loading casualties into the vehicles in the wake of a blast at the Nyonoksa weapons testing site in the sub-Arctic Arkhangelsk region yesterday.
Earlier the clothes of the victims and the medics who first treated them were destroyed, it was reported, before causalities were transferred for treatment at the Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Centre in Moscow.
Moscow has thrown a veil of secrecy over the explosion, which killed two and left six injured on Thursday.
Radiation levels are said to have temporarily soared 20 times above the normal level in Severodvinsk, a city 18 miles away, sparking ‘panic’ and ‘hysteria’ and a rush to buy iodine from pharmacies. More
Russian expert Dr. Mark Galeotti: The incident was incredibly suspicious, despite protests from Moscow, according to The Express.
“This depot seems to have been used for the testing of one of Russia’s new liquid-propelled nuclear missiles – it is a highly secretive. Despite what the Kremlin have said, there must have been some sort of radiation leak – and they want people to not just stay out of harm’s way, but also don’t want people coming to the site with Geiger Counters.”
He concluded by saying that the Russian authorities have a “tendency to lie in a crisis situation,” but was hopeful that with technology in today’s age, they would not be able to hide serious disasters.
Nuclear incident at Severodvinsk, #Russia now appears to have been more dramatic than previously reported. Citizens advised to take iodine and stay indoors after explosion. Could it have been a Burevestnik nuclear powered missile that exploded?? https://t.co/ZEu6RlDuGg
— Øystein Bogen (@oysteinbogen) August 9, 2019
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