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The photos allegedly show black bags with the waste items (photo) of victims of the explosion, in which five people died and others were seriously injured

Shocking new images show the radioactive clothing of the victims of the Russian & # 39; doomsday weapon & # 39; explosion dumped in plastic bags, as a hair-raising new report reveals that a military diver has a dose & # 39; thousand times higher than deadly & # 39; has incurred.

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The photos allegedly show black bags of waste products from victims of the explosion, killing five people and seriously injuring others.

The bags were dumped outside a hospital in Arkhangelsk before they were burned.

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The photos allegedly show black bags with the waste items (photo) of victims of the explosion, in which five people died and others were seriously injured

The photos allegedly show black bags with the waste items (photo) of victims of the explosion, in which five people died and others were seriously injured

The black bags were dumped outside a hospital in Arkhangelsk before they were burned (photo)

The black bags were dumped outside a hospital in Arkhangelsk before they were burned (photo)

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The black bags were dumped outside a hospital in Arkhangelsk before they were burned (photo)

A mysterious Russian military explosion killed five Russian scientists during tests on a new nuclear-powered rocket. Officials were seen wearing protective clothing during the transport of victims (photo)

A mysterious Russian military explosion killed five Russian scientists during tests on a new nuclear-powered rocket. Officials were seen wearing protective clothing during the transport of victims (photo)

A mysterious Russian military explosion killed five Russian scientists during tests on a new nuclear-powered rocket. Officials were seen wearing protective clothing during the transport of victims (photo)

The military diver died hours after the explosion to add weight to the idea that Russia has covered a significant nuclear accident.

Interfering photos and images also show for the first time the damage caused by the explosion of a sea platform where a rocket engine was tested.

Most of the victims' medical reports were reportedly destroyed by the FSB's secret service in what doctors claimed was the secret, but the diver's record was overlooked.

Interfering photos and images also show for the first time the damage caused by the explosion of a marine platform (photo) where a rocket engine was tested

Interfering photos and images also show for the first time the damage caused by the explosion of a marine platform (photo) where a rocket engine was tested

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Interfering photos and images also show for the first time the damage caused by the explosion of a marine platform (photo) where a rocket engine was tested

Images on the blitzed pontoon (photo) first appeared on local social media groups in Northern Russia

Images on the blitzed pontoon (photo) first appeared on local social media groups in Northern Russia

Images on the blitzed pontoon (photo) first appeared on local social media groups in Northern Russia

The images come despite a Russian military warning that the site (pictured, Central Military Naval Testing Area in Nenoksa) is being guarded and closed to the locals who & # 39; horrors & # 39; when they go there because of radioactive poisoning

The images come despite a Russian military warning that the site (pictured, Central Military Naval Testing Area in Nenoksa) is being guarded and closed to the locals who & # 39; horrors & # 39; when they go there because of radioactive poisoning

The images come despite a Russian military warning that the site (pictured, Central Military Naval Testing Area in Nenoksa) is being guarded and closed to the locals who & # 39; horrors & # 39; when they go there because of radioactive poisoning

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He was not mentioned, but leaked medical data shows that he suffered from & # 39; acute radiation syndrome & # 39; and leg wounds from the explosion.

His skin suffered from & # 39; radionuclide contamination & # 39; who had also accumulated in his body.

He died en route to Moscow after being seen by doctors at a hospital in Arkhangelsk where, it is claimed, ordinary patents, including pregnant women and doctors, were endangered by poisoning because the Russian army had not told them a nuclear leak had caused a devastating explosion.

Experts said they suspected the explosion and that the radiation was released as a result of an accident while testing a nuclear-powered cruise missile in a facility outside the village of Nyonoksa

Experts said they suspected the explosion and that the radiation was released as a result of an accident while testing a nuclear-powered cruise missile in a facility outside the village of Nyonoksa

Experts said they suspected the explosion and that the radiation was released as a result of an accident while testing a nuclear-powered cruise missile in a facility outside the village of Nyonoksa

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The man suffered a huge slumber of 30,000 gray – the unit that measures radiation – described by an informed expert as & # 39; a thousand times higher than deadly & # 39 ;, said media outlet Newsreader.

Two others underwent lower doses during the August 8 blast in the White Sea.

In the meantime, a video of a visible blitz pontoon along with a second offshore platform has appeared on the coast close to the village of Nyonoksa, which lies next to a highly secret Russian naval weapons testing facility.

The footage comes despite a Russian military warning that the site is being monitored and closed to locals who are confronted with & # 39; atrocities & # 39; when they go there because of radioactive poisoning.

The video shows a radiation measurement several hundred meters from the pontoon in the days following the explosion – with a measurement of 5-6 micro-X-rays per hour, within normal limits.

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But an expert has said that the seriously damaged structure can still be highly contaminated.

Video shows a radiation measurement at a few hundred meters from the pontoon the days after the explosion

Video shows a radiation measurement at a few hundred meters from the pontoon the days after the explosion

The clip had a value of 5 - 6 micro-X-rays per hour, within normal limits

The clip had a value of 5 - 6 micro-X-rays per hour, within normal limits

Video shows a radiation measurement at a few hundred meters from the pontoon (left) by the maker of the clip in the days after the explosion with a measurement of 5-6 micro-X-rays per hour (right), within normal limits

A military figure earlier told the residents that the dead were blown high into the air on the pontoon and & # 39; terrible injuries & # 39; went up.

While Russia has restricted the release of information about the accident, giving rise to claims for a Chernobyl-style cover-up, the naval captain was filmed in secret and details of the incident were given to the local population in a special so-called public meeting.

Navy captain Vladimir Bosy (photo) was secretly filmed with details of the incident to the locals in a specially called public gathering.

Navy captain Vladimir Bosy (photo) was secretly filmed with details of the incident to the locals in a specially called public gathering.

Navy captain Vladimir Bosy (photo) was secretly filmed with details of the incident to the locals in a specially called public gathering.

His identity was revealed as Captain Vladimir Bosy, commander of 09703 military unit, nicknamed zero-nine, deployed at the naval test station.

He said: & # 39; On August 8, people went to the pontoon and it exploded from below …

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& # 39; They were killed because the pontoon was raised in the air. And those on the pontoon terrible injuries. & # 39;

He did not specify the nature of the injuries.

Images on the blitz pontoon first appeared on local social media groups in Northern Russia.

They were later withdrawn, but are now marked by Radio Svoboda, while a video remained open on another local site.

Pontoons at the same location are marked by the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in Monterey.

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There were dramatic satellite photos of the pontoons that were about two and a half miles off the coast when the accident happened.

There were dramatic satellite photos of the pontoons that were about two and a half miles off the coast when the accident happened

There were dramatic satellite photos of the pontoons that were about two and a half miles off the coast when the accident happened

There were dramatic satellite photos of the pontoons that were about two and a half miles off the coast when the accident happened

Since the explosion, the sea platforms have been towed to the coast or thrown at a picturesque place visited by locals, rather than a site within a military base (photo)

Since the explosion, the sea platforms have been towed to the coast or thrown at a picturesque place visited by locals, rather than a site within a military base (photo)

Since the explosion, the sea platforms have been towed to the coast or thrown at a picturesque place visited by locals, rather than a site within a military base (photo)

Nuclear expert Valentin Gibalov told Radio Svoboda that it is likely that one or both pontoons are contaminated by radiation
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Nuclear expert Valentin Gibalov told Radio Svoboda that it is likely that one or both pontoons are contaminated by radiation

Nuclear expert Valentin Gibalov told Radio Svoboda that it is likely that one or both pontoons are contaminated by radiation

Since then, they have been towed to the coast or hurled at a picturesque place visited by the locals, rather than a location within a military base.

Nuclear expert Valentin Gibalov told Radio Svoboda that it is likely that one or both pontoons have been contaminated by radiation.

Separately, much evidence has appeared in recent days suggesting that the scale of poisoning was worse than the Russian authorities acknowledged.

Two out of five died from radiation instead of explosions, it was reported.

A bath and other hospital equipment in Arkhangelsk – where victims were treated – was removed because it turned out to be very radioactive.

Doctors warned that both civilians and doctors were endangered by radiation poisoning because the military authorities had not told them the nature of the explosion.

Doctors have warned that both civilians and doctors have been endangered by radiation poisoning because the military authorities (photo, the Central Military Marine Testing Area) have not told them the nature of the explosion

Doctors have warned that both civilians and doctors have been endangered by radiation poisoning because the military authorities (photo, the Central Military Marine Testing Area) have not told them the nature of the explosion

Doctors have warned that both civilians and doctors have been endangered by radiation poisoning because the military authorities (photo, the Central Military Marine Testing Area) have not told them the nature of the explosion

Shocking revelations from independent media Meduza revealed how radiation monitors came to the hospital while the operation was ongoing due to the incident.

& # 39; The dosimetrists showed up and started measuring beta radiation levels, & # 39; said a source in the hospital.

& # 39; They ran frightened out of the operating room.

& # 39; Doctors caught them in the hallway and confessed that the beta radiation was not off the scale. & # 39;

Captain Bosy explained what went wrong in the accident.

Shocking revelations from independent media Meduza revealed how radiation monitors came to the hospital while an operation was underway in connection with the incident near the village of Nenoksa (photo)

Shocking revelations from independent media Meduza revealed how radiation monitors came to the hospital while an operation was underway in connection with the incident near the village of Nenoksa (photo)

Shocking revelations from independent media Meduza revealed how radiation monitors came to the hospital while an operation was underway in connection with the incident near the village of Nenoksa (photo)

He admitted: & # 39; Work had been done to test one of the engines on a rocket.

& # 39; This rocket engine is powered by radioactive isotopes … they are the source of power. An extraordinary situation occurred and as a result there was an explosion.

& # 39; But it was not a nuclear explosion, it was an explosion of an explosive substance. & # 39;

He warned villagers not to go to the place where the pontoons were washed up.

& # 39; Those (radioactive) elements can still be there, in the sea, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; The sea may throw those things on the pontoons that were destroyed on the shore …

Captain Bosy said: & # 39; This rocket engine is powered by radioactive isotopes┬┐. they are the source of power. An extraordinary situation occurred and as a result there was an explosion. & # 39; Pictured: the central military naval test area

Captain Bosy said: & # 39; This rocket engine is powered by radioactive isotopes┬┐. they are the source of power. An extraordinary situation occurred and as a result there was an explosion. & # 39; Pictured: the central military naval test area

Captain Bosy said: & # 39; This rocket engine is powered by radioactive isotopes …. they are the source of power. An extraordinary situation occurred and as a result there was an explosion. & # 39; Pictured: the central military naval test area

& # 39; Some people are already planning to visit this place, to share it all.

So I want to warn you – you shouldn't do this because it can lead to problems you're afraid of …

& # 39; Horrors would follow. I am warning you about this. This is why the area is guarded – to prevent you from going there. & # 39;

The Kremlin beat anonymous doctors who claimed radiation poisoning last week.

The Kremlin beat anonymous doctors who claimed radiation poisoning last week. Shown: the Nenoksa test area

The Kremlin beat anonymous doctors who claimed radiation poisoning last week. Shown: the Nenoksa test area

The Kremlin beat anonymous doctors who claimed radiation poisoning last week. Shown: the Nenoksa test area

& # 39; Someone deliberately wants to escalate information tensions, distort reality and present the situation as if there are conditions for danger & # 39 ;, said Vladimir Putin's spokesperson.

Three injured testers have been reported to recover. They were named as engineers Dmitry Abanin and Aleksander Manyukhin and another specialist Sergey Grishin.

The five killed in the explosion were Vyasheslav Yanovsky, 71, one of Russia's foremost nuclear scientists, Vyacheslav Lipshev, 40, director of a secret research institute, Evgeny Korotaev, 50, a leading electronics engineer, Alexey Vyushin, 43, who had developed a high-energy photon spectrometer and Sergey Pichugin, 45, a test engineer.

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