Warship fires on village by mistake

By | May 30, 2009

Vyborg, St. Petersburg, RussiaThe Russian navy said on Friday that one of its anti-submarine ships had fired artillery at a village by mistake, state RIA news agency reported.

The navy said no-one had been injured when a small anti-submarine ship on Thursday opened fire on a village in the Vyborg region of St Petersburg.

“On the 28 May, a small anti-submarine ship from the Baltic fleet was working on a host of exercises in the gulf of Finland including artillery fire at aerial targets,” RIA quoted a navy spokesman as saying. “No-one was injured.”

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