Railway station out of service after enemy bombing — Mykolaiv mayor

7 April, 01:22 PM
Railway station in Mykolaiv (illustrative photo) (Photo:vokzal.org.ua)

Railway station in Mykolaiv (illustrative photo) (Photo:vokzal.org.ua)

Russian forces have bombed the railway station in the southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv, paralyzing its work, according to Mayor Oleksandr Senkevych, who broke the news during a live broadcast on Facebook on April 6.

Users of the social network earlier enquired why the railway station wasn’t working in the city, to which Senkevych replied: “It’s not working because it was bombed.” 

He did not specify exactly when the invaders attacked the railway station in Mykolaiv. 

Senkevych also said that it was possible to evacuate from the city by bus, free of charge.

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