Russian missile strike on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast destroys oil depot, injures 11

19 June, 02:46 PM
A Russian missile strike on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast destroyed an oil depot and injured 11 people (Photo:Valentin Reznichenko/Telegram)

A Russian missile strike on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast destroyed an oil depot and injured 11 people (Photo:Valentin Reznichenko/Telegram)

A Russian missile strike on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast destroyed an oil depot and injured 11 people, reported Dnipropetrovsk Oblast regional governor Valentin Reznichenko in the evening of June 18 on Telegram messenger

The strike hit the Novomoskovsky district, northwest of the city of Dnipro, and caused a fire at the facility. Emergency services are currently working to put out the blaze, and the victims have been hospitalized. According to Reznichenko, one person is in a critical condition.

Overnight on June 18, Russian invaders fired artillery at the village of Velyka Kostromka, Kryviy Rih Oblast. During the day, they hit Krivoy Rih with rockets. The head of the military administration, Oleksandr Vilkul, also reported that various structures had been damaged, and two people had been injured.

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