In one of the images shown by the Newsmax channel, a sign with an inscription in English could be clearly seen placed in front of the building.
The American network Newsmax used images of the collapse of an apartment building in a US state in a report on the recent Ukrainian drone attack on residential buildings in and around Moscow.
During the broadcast of the program ‘The Record With Greta Van Susteren’, while the presenter was talking about the attack, viewers were able to see a clip with images recorded in the city of Davenport, Iowa, where part of a building collapsed last Sunday.
It should be noted that in one of the images you could clearly see a sign with the inscription in English ‘Tow Away Zone’ (‘Zone of prohibited parking’, in Spanish) placed in front of the building. Only at the end of the report were real images of the consequences of the attack on the Russian capital shown.
- kyiv launched a terrorist drone attack against civilian buildings in the city of Moscow and its province on the morning of May 30.
- Eight unmanned vehicles participated in the attack. All the drones were neutralized, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
- The attack caused minor damage to several buildings: a drone crashed into a residential block in the Novaya Moskva area, located in the southwest of the capital, and two drones hit buildings on Profsoyuznaya street and Leninsky avenue.
- There were no serious injuries: two people requested medical assistance, but none required hospitalization.
- Commenting on the event, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that while Russia launches attacks against military targets on Ukrainian territory, kyiv has chosen the path of terrorist actions and deliberately attacks the civilian population.