THIS is the terrifying second a Russian missile plummeted from the sky right into a busy Kyiv motorway full of vehicles.
Dashcam footage confirmed the missile particles falling from the sky because it crashed into site visitors on a busy highway in Kyiv.
Vehicles have been seen travelling at a traditional velocity when the missile smashed into the bottom.
It did not explode and was later engulfed in flames as black smoke spewed out.
The Kyiv locals appeared undeterred, as site visitors continued to drive across the impediment.
There have been no casualties on account of the incident, it was reported.
It follows Ukrainian chiefs who warned the nation may face nuclear assaults after drones blitzed Moscow.
However Ukraine denied any involvement amid fears that the assaults have been one other “false flag” ruse ordered by Putin himself to allow him to escalate the battle.
The Kremlin went on to immediately accuse Ukraine of focusing on Russia – a declare which backs Putin’s lie that Ukraine and the West bent on destroying his motherland.
Putin stated Ukraine was making an attempt “to intimidate Russia, Russian residents and assaults on residential buildings”.
He stated: “We have now spoken about hitting command centres (in Ukraine).
“In response, the Kyiv regime has chosen a special path, the trail of making an attempt to frighten Russia, frighten the residents of Russia and of strikes on residential buildings.
“Moscow’s air protection system labored usually, satisfactorily, though there’s some work to do.”
Inside hours hardline pro-Putin MPs have been baying for a nuclear response.
Nevertheless, that very same day the boss of Wagner Group blasted Putin’s “scumbag” cronies after Moscow was rattled by the massive drone blitz.
In a livid rant, Yevgeny Prigozhin stated he was “deeply outraged” by Putin’s troops doing “f**okay all” to cease the barrage of drones reaching the Russian capital.
A number of have been shot down over the plush district of Rublyovka and induced injury and accidents because the Ukraine war seemed to be coming to Putin’s personal yard.
Raging Prigozhin branded Putin’s forces “smelly scumbags” after they did not cease the drones from reaching Moscow.
In keeping with a translation by War Translated, he fumed: “Smelly scumbags! What are you doing?
“Get your a**** up from the cupboards you’ve got been put in to guard this nation.
“You’re the Ministry of Defence. You have completed f**okay all with the intention to advance.
“Why the f**okay are you permitting the arrival of those UAVs to Moscow?”
He added: “What are common folks meant to do when UAVs with explosives crash into their homes?
“As a citizen, I am deeply outraged that these scumbags calmly sit on their fats a**** smeared with costly lotions.
“I imagine that the folks have the complete proper to ask them these questions, to those morons.
“I warned about it many instances. However nobody needs to pay attention.”
Earlier this month, Prigozhin once more branded Putin’s defence chiefs “scum” who get fats in places of work whereas leaving his mercenary troops to die with out ammunition.
Footage confirmed drones flying overhead within the Moscow area on Tuesday earlier than being shot down in plumes of black smoke.
Residents stated they heard loud bangs adopted by the odor of petrol.
Blocks of flats and different tall buildings had home windows blown out as locals scattered in panic whereas FSB intelligence investigators rushed to a number of websites.
Russian lawmaker Maxim Ivanov branded the barrage of drones because the worst assault on Moscow since World Battle Two.
“You’ll both defeat the enemy as a single fist with our Motherland, or the indelible disgrace of cowardice, collaboration and betrayal will engulf your loved ones,” he stated.
And Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov stated it was “fairly clear” the strikes have been “Kyiv regime’s response to our very efficient strikes on one of many decision-making centres”.
It marks the second assault on Moscow after two drones hit the Kremlin earlier this month in what was branded an assassination attempt on Putin.
Moscow has remained largely undisturbed by the ravages of Putin’s warfare, which has killed as much as 200,000 Russian troops and claimed the lives of 1000’s of Ukrainian civilians.