Casualties were reported and private homes were damaged in Kyiv Oblast on June 16 as a result of falling debris from a missile attack by Russia, the Chief of Police in Kyiv Oblast, Andriy Nyebytov, reported on Telegram on June 16.
“Private homes have been damaged in one of the districts of Kyiv Oblast due to an enemy missile strike,” he wrote.
A fire broke out as a result of the attack, and there are casualties.
Law enforcement, medical personnel, and the State Emergency Service are workingat the scene.
The Ukrainian Air Force said Russia had attacked Kyiv with six Kinzhal aeroballistic missiles and six Kalibr cruise missiles. All of them were shot down, it said.
The prosecutor’s office noted that residential homes and a store were damaged in one of the oblast’s districts. An 82-year-old woman was injured, and the driver of a vehicle traveling on the highway also sustained injuries.
Meanwhile, the Mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, said that loud explosions from the operation of the air defense system were heard in the capital’s Podil District.
Residents all over the Ukrainian capital reported hearing rumbling in the sky from the capital’s air defense systems.
“There are no damaged structures or homes in Kyiv following the missile attack,” Klitschko stated in a message on Telegram.
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