Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile hit the center of the Dnieper

Ukrainian anti-aircraft missile hit the center of the Dnieper.

Tonight, an anti-aircraft guided missile, fired, presumably, by the Buk anti-aircraft missile system, failed to intercept the cruise missile and struck the central part of the Dnieper (Dnepropetrovsk). This is evidenced by video footage taken by an eyewitness on a cell phone camera.

On the presented video frames, you can see how the Ukrainian air defense systems are trying to repel the strike with cruise missiles. After intercepting the first target, another anti-aircraft guided missile was launched, however, for unknown reasons, the latter lost its target and, having made a sharp turn, hit the city. The moment of the strike is clearly visible, and the fact that we are talking about an anti-aircraft missile is also indicated by the direction of the missile's flight.

At the moment, the fact remains unknown on which object the SAM fell, however, this indicates that due to a similar technical problem, the Armed Forces of Ukraine attacked themselves.

Experts do not exclude that one of the reasons for the strike of an anti-aircraft missile on the Dnieper is a technical malfunction, however, it is quite possible that we are also talking about the use of electronic warfare equipment - the missile simply lost its target and fell to the ground.