Russia attacks Dnipro with Iranian suicide drones: 4 wounded, 5 Iranian drones downed
Russian troops hit a logistics enterprise in Dnipro with kamikaze drones (Photo:Валентин Резніченко/Telegram)
Russian troops attacked Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Iranian kamikaze drones on the night of Nov. 9, damaging property and wounding civilians in the city of Dnipro, regional governor Valentyn Reznichenko reported on Telegram.
According to him, a logistics company was hit in Dnipro by the Iranian flying bombs. As a result of the attack, four people were injured. All of them were hospitalized, with three being in a serious condition.
After the strike by the Iranian suicide drones, a fire broke out on the territory of the enterprise, which spread to an area of over 3,000 square meters. The fire was subsequently extinguished, but the firm's warehouses were destroyed.
At the same time, the Ukrainian military managed to shoot down five enemy UAVs.
The Russian army also shelled Nikopol district with Grad multiple rocket launchers and heavy artillery, with two territorial communities coming under fire: Myrove and Marhanets.
There were no casualties in that attack.
However, in the Marhanets community private houses and a private enterprise were damaged, while in Myrove houses and a power line were damaged.
Russian troops targeted Dnipro on several occasions in October.
On Oct. 25, the Russian military fired missiles at Dnipro. Debris from a missile started a fire at a local gas station, and the attack killed two people, including a pregnant woman.
On Oct. 31, Russian missile strikes were recorded in both Dnipro and Pavlohrad.
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