Iranian Shahed flying bombs hit three energy facilities in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast
At night, Iranian Shahed struck three energy facilities in the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast (Photo:REUTERS / Roman Petushkov)
Enemy Shahed flying bomb drones hit three energy facilities in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast during the Russian attack on the night of Feb. 11, causing significant destruction, the head of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Military Administration Serhiy Lysak reported on his Telegram channel on Feb. 11.
Lysak said that the Shaheds struck two energy facilities in the vicinity of the city of Kryvyi Rih, and one in Nikopol district. In the case of the target near Kryvyi Rih, the same object was attacked twice during the day.
“There is significant destruction everywhere,” Lysak was reported as saying. “Fires broke out, which firefighters have already extinguished. The appropriate services are working at the scenes (of the drone strikes) to eliminate the consequences of attacks. Nobody was injured.”
Russia launched its latest massive missile attack on Ukraine during the morning of Feb. 10, firing a total of 106 missiles of various types, according to the Ukrainian military’s General Staff. The Russian military also attacked Ukraine overnight with Iranian Shahed kamikaze drones.
Another mass drone attack occurred on the night of Feb. 11. An air alert was announced in most regions of Ukraine, and air defenses were heard operating in many places.
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