From the BBC website;
Analysis: Russia has no interest in targeting Polish farms
BBC Diplomatic correspondent
The Polish government has yet to confirm what happened close to its border with Ukraine.
But images circulating on social media show a crater and an overturned trailer, apparently loaded with grain. Another image appears to show a fragment of a missile.
In Washington, a Pentagon spokesman said he was aware of the reports, but had no information to corroborate them.
There are a number of possible explanations.
Russia has no interest in targeting Polish farms, so some kind of malfunction seems possible.
And, on a day when Ukraine’s air defences were working hard to bring down Russian missiles, it’s also possible that one of those missiles was knocked off course.
A former US ambassador to Nato, Kurt Volker, told the BBC it was important to give Russia a chance to explain what had happened.
Volker said it was likely to have been an accident. But, he said, we need to hear Russia say that.
Nato, he said, should demand an explanation.
Two missiles? Russia has depleted their selection of Missiles, well known fact! Surface to Air? Ship to Ship? Just fire the frigging things? Which they are!It was two missiles apparently, wrong coordinates?
I think not.
Two missiles? Russia has depleted their selection of Missiles, well known fact! Surface to Air? Ship to Ship? Just fire the frigging things? Which they are!
One or two? Would you start WW3 because of two misplaced missiles, and was it a military target they hit?
And once again did you have intelligence from GCHQ? THE YANKS? to say the missiles were "hostile"
Yeh OK! you want to start WW3 on a premiss?
I don't think so. If they were Russian it is possible the wrong coords were loaded into both.Yea it makes a big difference if it’s two missiles
Sounds too sensible for my liking.Calm down you lot.
Let us wait till we hear from my friend Jens [Stoltenburg] - yes we have been friends since we practised firing water pistols at rabbits.
I am sure he and his team are collecting actual facts.
[We, living in Poland although well away from the Ukraine border, have more reason to wonder what mobilisation would effect our lives than others on here.]