Russians fire four missiles at Dnipro, though no casualties reported
The Russian military fired four missiles at the city of Dnipro on the night of Nov. 29. (Photo:dsns.gov.ua)
The Russian military fired four missiles at the city of Dnipro on the night of Nov. 29, the head of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast military administration, Valentyn Reznichenko, reported on Telegram on Nov. 29.
“According to the updated information, the Russians attacked the Dnipro with four missiles,” he said.
“There was serious destruction and fire, which firefighters have already extinguished.”
Reznichenko added that there were no casualties or injuries as a result of the strikes.
The village of Chervonohryhorivka also came under enemy fire, Reznichenko added. Local residents were not injured.
An air alert was announced in other areas, but there were no further attacks by Russian forces.
An earlier Russian attack on Dnipro occurred on Nov. 26. As a result, at least seven private houses were destroyed, 13 people were injured, among them a 17-year-old boy. Three are still in hospital. One person was killed.
The next day, Nov. 27, the invaders attacked the city of Kryvyi Rih. Two missiles struck the city’s transport infrastructure, causing serious destruction, local authorities reported.
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Google News