Deadly HIMARS Strike on Russian Convoy ‘Wiped Out Battalion’: Video

Footage has been shared purportedly showing the aftermath of a Ukrainian HIMARS (High Mobility Artillery Rocket System) strike on a Russian battalion.Pro-Ukrainian news outlet NEXTA posted a clip of a group of burnt-out vehicles and wrote that Russian mobilized soldiers ‘were subject to Ukrainian HIMARS strikes’ with more than 100 personnel left ‘dead or wounded.

‘ It said that the 1st battalion of the 1251st Motorized Rifle Regiment, commanded by a native of the republic, Vladislav Matuzas, had come under fire from HIMARS on Sunday.The post said that the convoy included vehicles produced by KAMAZ and UAZ, which are Russian manufacturers of commercial vehicles, and and while there is no confirmed information about losses, there were ‘up to 120 people killed and wounded, 10 burned vehicles.

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