Russia launched over dozen of missiles at Lviv Oblast on Nov. 15, says governor
The authorities have revealed the consequences of the mass missile attack on Lviv Oblast (Photo:DSNS)
Russia launched over a dozen missiles at the territory of Lviv Oblast on Nov. 15, with most of them being shot down by air defense forces, Lviv Governor Maksym Kozytskyi said in a Telegram messenger post.
According to the official, one person was seriously injured after Russian missiles hit three infrastructure facilities.
Kozytskyi noted that over 700,000 residents of the oblast were left without power. Engineering and repair teams are working at the scene to restore supply.
As of early Nov. 16, power had been partially restored in the settlements of Lviv, Zolochiv, Bibrka, and Peremyshliany.
The attack on Lviv was part of another mass missile attack launched by Russia on Nov. 15, whose targets including the capital city of Kyiv.
In total, about 100 missiles were launched against Ukraine. Prior to that, the most massive attack after the initial invasion on Feb. 24 was recorded on Oct. 10, with 84 missiles being launched at Ukraine.
Russia hit power infrastructure facilities in several oblasts, resulting in emergency blackouts being imposed throughout the country.
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