Wreckage of shot-down Russian missiles falls across Kyiv Oblast
The police are inspecting the places in Kyiv Oblast where fragments of Russian missiles fell (Photo:Поліція Київської області/Facebook)
Police officers have found fragments of missiles fired by the Russian military at Ukraine during the Kremlin’s latest massive attack scattered across several districts of Kyiv Oblast, regional police reported on Jan. 26.
According to the head of the National Police of Kyiv Oblast, Andrii Nebytov, police are recording the consequences of enemy strikes and inspecting the places where the missiles fell.
Earlier, Kyiv City Military Administration reported that Russia fired more than 15 cruise missiles at the capital. All of them were shot down by air defense forces. Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko reported explosions in the Dniprovskyi district and a missile hitting a non-residential building in Holosiivskyi.
One person was killed and two more were wounded, reportedly by falling debris from a shot-down Russian cruise missile.
Meanwhile, the head of the Vinnytsia Oblast Military Administration said that enemy missiles had found their targets, and it was reported that two critical energy infrastructure facilities were damaged in Odesa Oblast.
Earlier, Russia also conducted an overnight attack on Ukraine with Iranian drones, with all 24 being shot down.
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