Two people received shrapnel wounds in a recent Russian attack on the city of Zaporizhzhya late on Jan. 3, Secretary of Zaporizhzhya City Council Anatolyi Kurtiev said on Telegram on Jan. 4.
Russians damaged eight multi-story buildings in the city – windows were blown out and balconies were destroyed in the buildings, he said.
In addition, a kindergarten building was damaged, where the windows were also broken and the roof was partially damaged.
There is currently a 40-meter hole near the buildings and there are damaged cars nearby, he added.
Fortunately, a Russian missile did not hit the high-rise buildings themselves and all local residents are alive.
Russian troops launched a missile attack on Zaporizhzhya on the evening of Jan. 3. First reports mentioned one injured person. A fire was said to have broken out at a civil infrastructure facility as a result of shelling.