Seven civilians were injured in a Russian missile strike on the city of Dnipro overnight on Aug. 24, regional governor Serhiy Lysak reported on Telegram.
More than 10 objects, including two residential buildings, were also damaged.
In particular, the Russians destroyed a transport facility, with three men and four women aged 32 to 55 being injured. They mostly suffered laceration and shrapnel wounds. Six of them were hospitalized in moderately grave condition.
A bank, a gas station, a hotel, an agricultural company, a furniture factory, and an administrative building were also damaged as a result of the attack. In addition, 15 vendor kiosks, three buses, several cars, contact trolleybus network, water and gas pipes sustained damage. Reports of the damage are being verified.
Ukraine’s air defense forces managed to intercept one of the incoming Russian missiles.
An air raid alert was triggered in several regions of Ukraine overnight on Aug. 24. There were then reports of explosions in the city of Dnipro.
Russia attacked Ukraine with 20 drones on Aug. 23. The air defense forces intercepted 11 of them.
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