Number of victims in Dnipro strike rises to eight
Eight people, including a 15-year-old girl, were injured as a result of a Russian missile strike on Dnipro. (Photo:dsns.gov.ua)
Eight people, including a 15-year-old girl, were injured as a result of a Russian missile strike on Dnipro on the morning of Nov. 17, Dnipro mayor Borys Filatov reported on Facebook.
Earlier, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast governor Valentyn Reznichenko reported five injured persons on Telegram. He said all of them were taken to hospital, where they are in a moderate condition.
Two Dnipro neighborhoods were hit in this strike, Reznichenko added.
"An industrial premises was hit, a strong fire broke out there,” he explained.
“Residential buildings are damaged nearby.”
He stressed that people should go to a bomb shelter during Russian attacks.
Nov. 15 saw the largest Russian missile attack on Ukraine thus far – with over 90 missiles launched against nearly every mayor Ukrainian city, targeting residential buildings and power infrastructure.
Strikes continued on Nov. 17, targeting critical infrastructure particularly in Dnipropetrovsk and Odesa oblasts.
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