Dnipropetrovsk Oblast under attack throughout the night and in the morning

3 October 2022, 11:25 AM
The morning in Dnipropetrovsk region began with a rocket attack (Photo:Valentyn Reznichenko/Telegram)

The morning in Dnipropetrovsk region began with a rocket attack (Photo:Valentyn Reznichenko/Telegram)

Russian troops launched a missile strike on the Dnipro district of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast on Oct. 3, regional governor Valentyn Reznichenko reported on Telegram.

“All services are working at the site of (the strike). Information about the dead and wounded is being clarified,” Reznichenko wrote.

The sounds of explosions were also heard by residents of the city of Dnipro during an air raid alert, according to public broadcaster Suspilne.

These were probably the strikes on the Dnipro district. No reports of the results of the strikes has been reported yet.

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Reznichenko said that the Russian military also attacked Nikopol, Marhanets, and Myrove communities with Grad systems and heavy artillery throughout the night.

There were no casualties, but about 10 multi-story and private houses were damaged in Nikopol, along with power lines.

In the Marhanets community, a fire broke out in a country house due to Russian shelling. The fire was subsequently extinguished.

In the Myrove community, almost 1,000 households had their electricity supply cut. Emergency teams of power engineers are already working to restore power to the area.

In Kryvyi Rih district, the community of Zelenodolsk came under attack. In the village of Maryanske, private houses, a solar power plant, warehouses of an agricultural enterprise, a gas pipeline, and power grids were damaged.

An enemy kamikaze drone flew over Kryvyi Rih after midnight on Oct. 2 and hit the building of a local lyceum in the city center. As a result, two floors of the school were destroyed and a fire broke out.

Earlier, on Sept. 29, Russian forces hit a bus park in Dnipro with an Iskander missile, killing three people.

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