Russian Convoy Crash Prevents Them From Reaching the Frontline

Russian Convoy Crash Prevents Them From Reaching the Frontline


A convoy crash in Ukraine has led to four military vehicles meant for frontline action being labeled inoperable for the time being. These vehicles were models known as Z-STS Ahkmat, which is a 10-seat tactical transport vehicle that was recently designed by Chechen Security Forces.

The accident was noted to be caused by “excessive speeds and failure to maintain a proper distance between vehicles” according to Ukrainian intelligence.

The vehicles were headed to the occupied Crimea region to assist with military operations in the region. According to the Wall Street Journal, these 4 vehicles are another addition to the thousands that have already been destroyed.

The war has seen either brand new or four decades old equipment. As Russia and Ukraine both mobilized their stockpiles it is not uncommon to see older models rolling onto the battlefield.

Matthew Dellinger
Matthew Dellinger
Matthew Dellinger holds a Political Science and History BS and is working towards a Masters in Public Administration. Before his time at Atlas he joined GoodPolitical to serve as a writer and contributor while also expanding his knowledge on global events. Matthew is proud to be a part of a news organization that believes in delivering truthful, unfiltered, and unbiased news to people around the world.
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