Russia hits critical infrastructure in Khmelnytskyi Oblast with suicide drones
Russian occupiers attacked the Khmelnytskyi region with Shahed suicide drones (Photo:Сергій Гамалій/Telegram)
The Russian military attacked Khmelnytskyi Oblast in the west of Ukraine with Shahed suicide drones early in the morning on Feb. 10, regional governor Serhiy Hamaliy reported on his Telegram channel.
A critical infrastructure facility was hit in Shepetivka District.
A fire broke out and has been extinguished. No victims were reported in the aftermath of the attack, and no other details have been released yet.
Russian invading troops unleashed a new barrage of missile and drone attacks on a number of Ukrainian regions overnight on Feb. 10.
The Russian military launched a wave of Iranian-made Shahed suicide drones on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. All of them were downed by Ukrainian air defences. Later the oblast was attacked with missiles, which hit an energy infrastructure facility.
The enemy carried out 17 strikes in an hour on Zaporizhzhya. It was the most massive strike since the start of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, 2022.
About ten blasts were heard in Kharkiv, with a critical infrastructure facility being hit as well.
Disruption to power, water and heating supplies are expected.
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