Fire put out at Lviv oil depot attacked by Russian missiles

27 March, 01:21 PM
On March 27, at 05:02, the fire was brought under control, and suppressed at 06:49 (Photo:State Emergency Service of Ukraine)

On March 27, at 05:02, the fire was brought under control, and suppressed at 06:49 (Photo:State Emergency Service of Ukraine)

Firefighters extinguished a fire at an oil depot in Lviv hit by multiple rocket attacks carried out by Russia from occupied Sevastopol, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine reported in its Telegram channel on the morning of March 27.

The fire on the territory of one of the industrial enterprises for fuel storage started on March 26 at 16:30.

On the morning of March 27, at 05:02, the fire was brought under control, and at 06:49 it was suppressed.

Earlier, Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi and Lviv Oblast Governor Maksym Kozytskyi reported that Russia had attacked the western Ukrainian city with cruise missiles. The missiles were launched from near Sevastopol, in Ukraine’s Russian-occupied Crimea.

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