Ball of flames erupts at Russian chemical plant in 'sabotage against Moscow over Ukraine invasion'

A HUGE ball of flames erupts at a Russian chemical plant in what could be the latest act of sabotage against the Kremlin’s invasion.

Massive explosions ripped through large rail tankers containing solvents at a factory in Dzerzhinsk.


The city, about 250 miles east of Moscow, has been dubbed the most polluted place in the world.

Plumes of billowing smoke followed massive explosions around 11am on Wednesday.

More than 150 emergency workers spent nine hours battling the blaze over 2,500 square metres.

Facilities with military links across Russia have been hit by mystery fires amid speculation of possible sabotage by Ukraine in a covert fightback against Mad Vlad’s brutal invasion.

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