New Russian attack on Kyiv kills 4 people, shelling strikes 2 high-rise buildings
During the latest attacks by Russian invaders on Kyiv on the morning of March 15, shells hit two high-rise buildings in the Svyatoshyn district of the Ukrainian capital. According to rescuers, the attack took place from 0422 to 0551.
The shelling caused a fire in a 16-story residential building, engulfing all 16 floors.
The State Emergency Service also reported that two bodies were found at the location. 35 people were rescued. One person was admitted to the hospital. Later Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko stated that at least four people were found dead.
This comes after earlier reports of shells hitting a ten-story building in the Podil district and a two-story house in the Osokorky area on the city’s left bank.
In central Kyiv, the blast wave also damaged the facade of the building of the Lukyanivska metro station and some office premises.
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