The death toll from the Russian missile strike on the high-rise residential building in Dnipro has risen to 46, the head of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Military Administration Valentyn Reznichenko reported on Telegram on Jan. 19.
The governor said that 11 people have not yet been identified, and the same number are missing.
"80 people are injured,” Reznichenko stated.
“In the city hospitals, 24 victims remain under medical supervision. Three are in serious condition, including a 9-year-old girl.”
Earlier, Dnipro Mayor Boris Filatov suggested that the death toll could exceed 50.
On Jan. 14, during a mass Russian attack on Ukraine, an enemy missile hit a residential building in Dnipro, trapping people under the rubble. At least 230 apartments were damaged, and 72 were completely destroyed.
The Ukrainian Air Force reported that the strike was carried out by an Kh-22 hypersonic missile, which the Armed Forces do not have the means to intercept.
The Security Service of Ukraine has identified the Russian officials involved in the missile attack on the building in Dnipro, and says it is opening war crimes cases against them.