This is the horrifying moment when a Russian missile fell from the sky onto a busy Kiev highway full of cars.
The narrow escape came after Vladimir Putin ordered 11 ballistic and cruise missiles into the Ukrainian capital on Monday as part of his latest airstrike.
Dashcam footage showed the missile debris falling from the sky as they crashed into traffic on a busy Kiev road.
When the missile hit the ground, cars could be seen driving at normal speed.
It did not explode and later burst into flames as black smoke billowed out.
Kiev residents appeared undeterred as traffic continued to skirt the obstacle.
It was reported that there were no injuries in the incident.
It comes after Ukrainian chiefs have warned the country could face nuclear attacks after a drone attack on Moscow.
A wave of kamikaze bombs aimed at posh suburbs of the Russian capital, where Putin and his cronies have luxurious retreats.
The unmanned airstrikes came hours after a Ukrainian commander vowed to avenge the latest in a series of Russian airstrikes on Kiev.
However, Ukraine has denied any involvement and feared the attacks were another “false flag” ploy ordered by Putin himself to allow him to escalate the conflict.
The Kremlin directly accused Ukraine of targeting Russia – a claim that supports Putin’s lie that Ukraine and the West were bent on destroying his motherland.
Putin said Ukraine is trying to “intimidate Russia and Russian citizens and carry out attacks on residential buildings”.
He said: “We talked about attacking command centers (in Ukraine).”
“In response, the Kiev regime has chosen a different path, the path of terrifying Russia, intimidating the citizens of Russia and carrying out attacks on residential buildings.”
“Moscow’s air defense system functioned normally and satisfactorily, although there is still work to be done.”
Within hours, pro-Putin MPs were calling for a nuclear response.
But later that day, after Moscow was rocked by the massive drone strike, the head of the Wagner group beat up Putin’s “bastard” cronies.
In a furious tirade, Yevgeny Prigozhin said he was “deeply outraged” that Putin’s forces had done “every damn thing” to stop the drone fire in the Russian capital.
Several were shot down over the posh Rublevka district, causing damage and casualties as the Ukraine war appeared to be encroaching on Putin’s backyard.
Enraged Prigozhin branded Putin’s forces “stinking scumbags” after they failed to stop the drones from reaching Moscow.
After a translation of translated warhe raged: “Smelly scumbags! What are you doing?”
“Get your ass off the closets you were put in to protect this country.”
“You are the Department of Defense. They did everything they could damn well to move forward.”
“Why the hell are you allowing these UAVs to arrive in Moscow?”
He added: “What are normal people supposed to do when UAVs with explosives crash into their homes?”
“As a citizen, I am deeply outraged that these scumbags sit quietly on their fat ass smeared with expensive creams.”
“I believe the people have every right to ask these idiots these questions.”
“I’ve warned about it many times. But nobody wants to listen.”
Earlier this month, Prigozhin again branded Putin’s defense chiefs “scum” who grow fat in office while letting his mercenary troops die without ammunition.
Footage showed drones flying over the Moscow region on Tuesday before being shot down in clouds of black smoke.
Local residents said they heard loud bangs followed by the smell of gasoline.
Windows were shattered on apartment blocks and other tall buildings as locals panicked while FSB intelligence investigators rushed to multiple locations.
Russian lawmaker Maxim Ivanov called the drone fire the worst attack on Moscow since World War II.
“Either you will defeat the enemy with a single fist in our fatherland, or the indelible shame of cowardice, collaboration and betrayal will engulf your family,” he said.
And Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said it was “very clear” that the attacks were “the Kiev regime’s response to our very effective attack on one of the decision-making centers.”
It is the second attack on Moscow after two drones hit the Kremlin earlier this month in what was branded as an assassination attempt on Putin.
Moscow was largely spared the ravages of the Putin war, which claimed the lives of up to 200,000 Russian soldiers and thousands of Ukrainian civilians.