After a mysterious accidental death
The car of Russian Deputy Governor Stremoussov († 45) is full of bullet holes
Shortly before the Russian withdrawal from Kherson, the Kremlin announced the death of Kherson vice-governor Kirill Stremoussov († 45). His mysterious death has caused much speculation. Now new photos of his car are said to have appeared.
Deputy governor of Kherson Kirill Stremoussow († 45) died last Wednesday in an accident.
Carla De-VizziNews editor
Exactly one week ago, Deputy Governor Kirill Stremoussow († 45), appointed by Russia, died allegedly tragically. As the Kremlin announced, the deputy chief of the Kherson region died in a car accident – his driver survived the collision.
Spicy: A few hours after the announcement of the tragic incident, Russia announced the withdrawal from Kherson. Therefore, Ukrainian experts claimed that the accident was staged. And a week later, new photos of the crashed vehicle are circulating on Twitter – fueling further speculation.
The driver Stremusov was practically unhurt
So the pictures should show Stremoussow’s car after the accident. What’s notable: Numerous bullet holes are visible on the heavily damaged vehicle. The images are being circulated by Ukrainian users and the media – however, the authenticity of the photos has not yet been clarified.
Not only the fact that the Russian government has released almost no details about the accident, but also the way in which the incident has been reported has caused rumors to swirl. According to the Telegram channel, a video message from crew commander Volodymyr Saldo informing the Kremlin of Stremoussov’s death was recorded two hours before the first news of his death. The fact that the vice-governor’s driver was virtually unhurt cast further doubt on the official version of the story.