Death toll from Russian missile strike on rises to 7
Russia used S-300 missiles for the attack on Mykolaiv (Photo:Viktoria Lakezina/Reuters)
The number of people killed as a result of a missile attack by Russian forces on an apartment building in Mykolaiv on the night of Nov. 11 has increased to seven people, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Deputy Head of the President’s Office wrote in his Telegram on Nov. 11.
According to him, one of the victims of the attack died in the hospital.
“Mykolaiv. Unfortunately, one more person died in the hospital as a result of today's shelling of an apartment building,” Tymoshenko said.
“At the moment, the number of victims has reached seven.”
The rescuing teams retrieved the bodies of the six victims from under the rubble of the residential building, he added.
The enemy used S-300 missiles for the attack on the city.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy called the night attack on Mykolaiv a “cynical response of a terrorist state” to the successes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the south of Ukraine, in particular, in Mykolaiv Oblast.
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