An alleged drone strike ignited a fire that engulfed an oil storage facility in southwestern Russia's Krasnodar region on Wednesday, according to Russian state media.
Without offering any evidence, state-run news agency TASS said the blaze in the port of Volna near a bridge linking Russia to annexed Crimea was "due to the fall of drone."
Videos published on social media and geolocated by CNN show the oil storage tanks burning.
The facility is located close to the Kerch bridge that was set ablaze by Ukrainian forces in October 2022. It is unclear how the fuel storage tank caught fire and Ukraine has not commented on the incident.
Krasnodar Gov. Veniamin Kondratyev said in a Telegram post that nearly 200 firefighters were trying to extinguish the blaze.
There were no casualties and residents were not in danger, he added.