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Why aren’t the sirens sounding?

AFP gathered several reactions from Muscovites after the drone strike that targeted the Russian capital.

Maxim, 40, lives near a fancy apartment building in southwest Moscow when one of its drones hit the top floor, leaving a large black mark and breaking several windows. “We were all sleeping,” he testified, “and it was 4 in the morning, and then there were two explosions and all the car alarms were going off.” “Why aren’t the air defenses working? Why aren’t the warning sirens going off?”, wondered a resident of Atlasova Street.

30-year-old Anna also lives next door to the affected building. “Of course this news is not reassuring”, but he believes that “the important thing is that there are no serious victims”. “I hope there’s no panic, we don’t want that, we’ll see what happens,” adds the young woman.

At 98 Profsoyuznaya Street, residents were also surprised by the impacts. “We suddenly opened our eyes”, says 19-year-old hairdresser Ekaterina Klo├»ane, “We thought it was a car accident. But no, it was a drone that hit our house”.

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