KYIV, Ukraine — No less than two areas of the extension interfacing Crimea with Russia's rail and street network have fallen, as indicated by Russian state media.
The Russian expressway authority said the street is as yet traversable, however it has suspended traffic until further notice.
Three individuals were killed in an evident impact on the extension, Russian specialists said.
Ukrainian authorities have been taking steps to annihilate the extension since it was worked in 2018.
Russia effectively attached Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 under conditions like the unlawful extension of four Ukrainian areas this year.
An examination from the advanced crime scene investigation bunch Bellingcat found that three areas of the extension had imploded,
restricting traffic on both the street and rail span.