Russia attacked Odesa and Kryvyi Rih with drones and missiles overnight on June 22, according to Operational Command South spokesperson Natalia Humeniuk.
Ukrainian air defense downed three drones in Odesa. An uninterrupted drone struck a storage facility and caused a fire, though no injuries are reported.
Meanwhile, Kryvyi Rih in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast was attacked with missiles. There are no reports of casualties.
However, dozens of houses, a utility building, garages, cars, gas, and water pipes, and the electrical grid were damaged in the attack.
Serhiy Lysak, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Governor, posted pictures of the aftermath on Telegram.
Explosions were also heard in Kharkiv and Kremenchuk; however, no additional information was provided.
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