Railways are being repaired after Russian missile strikes, reports Ukraine’s rail company

4 May, 02:28 PM
Work is underway on the railway to eliminate the consequences of Russian missile strikes (Photo:Ukrainian Railways)

Work is underway on the railway to eliminate the consequences of Russian missile strikes (Photo:Ukrainian Railways)

Ukrainian railway infrastructure is being repaired after multiple Russian missile strikes hit various portions of it on May 3, Ukraine’s national rail company, Ukrzaliznytsia, reported on Facebook on May 4.

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Ukrzaliznytsia also published a list of delayed trains:

• No. 22 Truskavets – Kharkiv (+9 hours 30 minutes);

• No. 3 Lviv – Zaporizhzhya (+7 hours 43 minutes);

• No. 25 Rakhiv – Odesa (+5 hours 52 minutes);

• No. 82 Uzhgorod – Kyiv (+5 hours 47 minutes);

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• No. 13 Kyiv – Solotvyne (+5 hours 41 minutes);

• No. 46 Lozova – Uzhgorod (+5 years 10 minutes);

• No. 145 Lviv – Uzhgorod (+5 hours 08 minutes);

• No. 81 Kyiv – Uzhgorod (+4 hours 13 minutes);

• No. 6 Zaporizhzhya – Ivano-Frankivsk (+3 hours 26 minutes);

• No. 231 Dnipro – Lviv (+3 hours 17 minutes);

• No. 92 Odesa – Kharkiv (+3 hours 15 minutes);

• No. 8 Odesa – Kharkiv (+2 hours 45 minutes);

• No. 88 Kovel – Zaporizhzhya (+2 hours 50 minutes);

• No. 38 Zaporizhia – Kyiv (+1 hour 44 minutes);

• No. 76 Kryvyi Rih – Kyiv (+2 hours 43 minutes);

• No. 120 Lviv – Zaporizhzhya (+2 hours 38 minutes);

• No. 16 Ivano-Frankivsk – Kharkiv (+2 hours 20 minutes);

• No. 149 Poltava – Chernivtsi (+2 hours 18 minutes);

• No. 49 Kyiv – Truskavets (+2 hours 18 minutes);

• No. 14 Solotvyne – Kyiv (+2 hours 13 minutes);

• No. 7 Kyiv – Chernivtsi (+2 hours 10 minutes);

• No. 42 Lviv – Dnipro (+2 hours 09 minutes);

• No. 37 Kyiv – Zaporizhzhya (+1 hour 49 minutes);

• No. 91 Kyiv – Lviv (+1 hour 46 minutes);

• No. 59 Kyiv – Chop (+1 hour 44 minutes);

• No. 106 Odesa – Kyiv (+1 hour 29 minutes);

• No. 58 Vorokhta – Kyiv (+1 hour 28 minutes);

• No. 17 Kharkiv – Lviv (+1 hour 25 minutes);

• No. 774 Lviv – Darnytsia (waiting for departure, delay time +7 hours 30 minutes);

• No. 716 Przemyśl – Kyiv (waiting for departure, delay time +5 h 30 min);

• No. 705 Kyiv – Przemyśl (+6 hours 10 minutes);

• No. 743 Darnytsia – Lviv (waiting for departure, +3 hours);

• No. 710 Lviv – Darnytsia (+5 hours 15 minutes).

Late on May 3, Russia launched numerous missile strikes on Ukrainian territory - one of the largest such attacks since the start of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine. The missiles hit targets in Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovohrad, Lviv, Vinnytsia, Kyiv, Zakarpattia, Odesa, and Donetsk oblasts.

Ukraine's Air Force Command reported that Russian Tu-95 or Tu-160 strategic bombers had launched about 18 missiles, a number of which were intercepted.

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