Russia attacks Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Shahed drones and missiles
At night, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast was attacked by Shahed drones and rockets (Photo:REUTERS/Serhii Smolientsev)
Russia carried out a big attack on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with Iranian-made Shahed suicide drones and missiles overnight on Feb. 10, regional governor Serhiy Lysak wrote on Telegram.
"The night was very loud in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast," he wrote.
The governor said the invaders launched a batch of Shahed drones on the oblast at about 10.00 p.m. All of them were intercepted.
The Russians then attacked Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with missiles. An energy infrastructure facility was hit in Kryvyi Rih District, causing serious damaged and injuring one worker. The consequences of the strike were being tackled as of time of publication.
Missile wreckage fell on a two-storey apartment building in Pishchane District. A fire broke out but it was quickly extinguished. No casualties were reported in the incident.
The Russian invasion forces also attacked Kharkiv Oblast overnight on Feb. 10. The authorities reported that an energy infrastructure facility was stuck.
Russian troops carried out 17 strikes in an hour on Zaporizhzhya, mainly targeting energy infrastructure as well. It was the biggest attack on the city since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
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