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Ukraine shoots down two Russian choppers in three minutes

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Ukraine has shot down two Russian assault helicopters in just 3 minutes in the most up-to-date blow to Putin’s botched invasion.

Anti-plane gunners strike the Ka-52 Alligators in the southern Kherson region yesterday evening, Ukraine’s Air Power said.

The £12million single-seat assault helicopter is nicknamed the Black Shark and has been described as Russia’s ‘deadliest helicopter’.

Its battlefield management technique will allow it to share information with other plane to coordinate assault functions.

It arrived weeks following Ukrainian troops shot down 4 Russian helicopters in 18 minutes.

Ukraine also blew up a Mi-8 helicopter gunship in Donetsk soon after a surface-to-air missile picked it out of the sky yesterday. 

Ukraine has shot down two Russian attack helicopters in just three minutes in the latest blow to Putin's botched invasion. File image of Ka-52 Alligator

Ukraine has shot down two Russian assault helicopters in just three minutes in the hottest blow to Putin’s botched invasion. File impression of Ka-52 Alligator

Footage shows a Russian attack helicopter flying low across a field before it is hit by a missile in Donetsk

Footage shows a Russian attack helicopter traveling low throughout a area prior to it is strike by a missile in Donetsk

Footage exhibits the Russian assault helicopter flying small throughout a industry just before it is hit by a missile which explodes on impact – but the chopper proceeds to fly for some time with flames gushing out of its left side.

The helicopter commences emitting black smoke and then comes crashing down in a fireball in a field, rolling on to its roof as its rotor breaks off.

The images had been attained from the 54th Separate Mechanised Brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on Monday, along with statement saying that the visuals were being filmed on the ‘administrative borders of Luhansk and Donetsk regions’.

They extra: ‘Somehow a Russian helicopter flew in to deliver dying to Ukrainian people, but the sky is tightly controlled by the wonderful troopers of the anti-aircraft missile division of the 54th Independent Mechanised Brigade.

The missile explodes on impact but the chopper continues to fly for some time with flames gushing out of its left side

The missile explodes on influence but the chopper proceeds to fly for some time with flames gushing out of its still left side

The helicopter begins emitting black smoke and then comes crashing down in a fireball in a field, rolling onto its roof as its rotor breaks off

The helicopter begins emitting black smoke and then comes crashing down in a fireball in a discipline, rolling on to its roof as its rotor breaks off

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky said Kyiv's forces had shot down 45 of 55 cruise missiles yesterday, and a further Ka-52 alligator was downed

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky stated Kyiv’s forces experienced shot down 45 of 55 cruise missiles yesterday, and a further more Ka-52 alligator was downed

‘The troopers saw a overseas “chicken” in the sky and did what experienced to be completed – they “destroyed the damaging fly” jointly with its crew.’

They signed off with ‘Glory to Ukraine!’

Final month Ukraine carried off a identical rampage, downing four helicopters in 18 minutes in the country’s south.

The helicopters – presumed to be Soviet-era KA-52 versions – were being taken down by Ukrainian anti-plane missile models.

Throughout his night tackle, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky claimed the country’s forces had shot down 45 of 55 cruise missiles on Monday, and a Ka-52 alligator was downed.

‘Today our air forces and absolutely everyone concerned in shielding the skies did a excellent career,’ mentioned Zelensky. ‘Most of the objects that the terrorists discovered as targets had been saved.’

Ukraine promises Russia has now lost about 72,470 personnel, 2,698 tanks, 5,501 armoured overcome autos, 1,730 artillery units, 383 various start rocket techniques, 197 air defence techniques, 276 warplanes, 257 helicopters, 1,415 drones, 397 cruise missiles, 16 warships, 4,143 motor motor vehicles and gasoline tankers, and 154 units of distinctive devices.

Russia has claimed that its casualties have been substantially reduce but presents rare updates on its most current figures.

A dog walks past a crater in the road from a missile strike, as Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues, in the eastern Donbas region of Drobysheve

A doggy walks past a crater in the street from a missile strike, as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, in the japanese Donbas location of Drobysheve

A view shows debris of a residential house destroyed by a Russian missile attack in Mykolaiv

A check out demonstrates debris of a household household ruined by a Russian missile assault in Mykolaiv

A destroyed bridge leading to the Orthodox Christian monastery The Holy Dormition Svyatogorsk Lavra over the Siverskyi Donets river is seen

A destroyed bridge main to the Orthodox Christian monastery The Holy Dormition Svyatogorsk Lavra over the Siverskyi Donets river is observed

Just north of Kherson, Russia fired 4 missiles into the Ukrainian port city of Mykolaiv overnight, demolishing fifty percent an condominium creating. 

Reuters noticed rescue personnel recuperate the physique of an elderly female from the rubble.

As rush hour was beneath way, people today walked earlier a two-storey school, the front of which had been torn off by the power of the blast that left a huge crater.

‘This is what the barbarian horde does,’ explained Irena Siden, 48, the school’s deputy director, standing in entrance of the gutted developing as employees swept up the rubble.

‘They [the Russians] are the descendants of the barbarian horde. They stole our background and how they are hoping to steal our society.’

Russia fired a massive volley of missiles at Ukrainian cities on Monday in what Putin identified as retaliation for an assault on Russia’s Black Sea Fleet at the weekend. 

Ukraine mentioned it shot most of individuals missiles down but some had hit energy stations, knocking out electric power and drinking water supplies.

‘That’s not all we could have done,’ Putin mentioned at a televised news meeting.

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