Mass attack on Mykolaiv: 3 hospitals, 26 private houses damaged in Russian attack

4 September, 08:27 PM
Consequences of the night shelling of Mykolaiv (Photo:Office of the Prosecutor General/Telegram)

Consequences of the night shelling of Mykolaiv (Photo:Office of the Prosecutor General/Telegram)

Three hospitals, 26 residential buildings, three educational institutions, a hotel, and a museum were damaged as a result of the overnight shelling of Mykolaiv, Mykolaiv Mayor Oleksandr Senkevich reported on Telegram on Sept. 4.

According to him, a total of 74 windows were blown out across apartments affected by the strikes. Seven houses have partially damaged roofs.

In medical institutions, windows and doors were broken, and the facades of buildings were damaged. A ceiling, as well as furniture, sustained dam-aged in various medical offices and wards, while the premises were covered with debris.

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Windows and doors also suffered damage in a number of educational institutions, the mayor added.

Certain streets had to be cordoned off for traffic because they have stones, earth and debris scattered as a result of the explosions.

Ukrainian prosecutors have opened cases over the large-scale attack on Mykolaiv, Voznesensk, and Ochakiv. Proceedings were initiated based on the fact of violation of the laws and customs of war (Part 1 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).

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