At least five people were injured in a Russian missile strike in Lviv Oblast, head of the regional administration Maksym Kozytskyi said in a Telegram post on June 2.
“We’re getting confirmed reports of casualties in Stryiiski district; as of now, five people are wounded,” said Kozytskyi.
“Medics say their injuries are not life-threatening.”
On June 1, explosions was heard in Lviv Oblast, the result of a Russian missile strike targeting logistical infrastructure in the region.
According to Ukrzaliznytsia, the national rail operator, the attack targeted Ukraine’s rail network.