Is Putin covering up a nuclear disaster?

Ambulances covered in protective film have today been seen transporting six Russians who reportedly suffered serious radiation poisoning in a mysterious military accident.

Alarming footage also shows men in protective clothing loading casualties into the vehicles ahead of their transfer for treatment at Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Centre in Moscow.

Earlier the clothes of the victims and the medics who first treated them were destroyed, it was reported. 

It comes after two were killed and six injured in a blast at the Nyonoksa weapons testing site in the sub-Arctic Arkhangelsk region yesterday. Moscow has thrown a veil of secrecy over the incident.

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