Russia fired rockets at a hospital in Dnieper
In Dnieper, the building of a local clinic came under another missile attack from Russia.
23 people were injured: one of them died, three others are in a serious condition, said the head of the Dnipropetrovsk OVA Valentin Reznichenko. Reznichenko noted that the deceased was a 69-year-old man who was passing by the hospital at the time of the impact.
Among the victims are two boys aged 3 and 6, said the head of the administration of the Dnipropetrovsk region, Serhiy Lysak. According to him, they were hospitalized in a state of moderate severity.
A large fire broke out at the impact site, covering an area of 1,000 square meters. The three-story building of the medical facility was partially destroyed, Reznichenko added.
According to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Russia carried out a missile attack on a medical facility and a veterinary clinic. Firefighters and all emergency services are on site.
“Russian terrorists once again confirm their status as fighters against everything human and honest,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky commented on the attack on his Telegram channel.
Also, as a result of a night rocket attack in the Dnepropetrovsk region, several enterprises and houses were damaged over the Dnieper. “There was a fire in a private household that has now been extinguished. Two houses and a car were damaged. It also caught fire in two private enterprises,” said Lysak.
One transport company and one gas station were severely damaged. According to Lysak, anti-aircraft gunners of the Vostok group of the Ukrainian army shot down five cruise missiles and six Iranian Shahed drones over the region.
In addition, Russia launched a rocket in the direction of Gulai-Pole. As a result, residential and farm buildings were destroyed, two people were injured, said the head of the military administration in Zaporizhia, Yuri Malashko. “Two injured women, aged 47 and 62, who were pulled from the rubble, are being treated for medical treatment,” he wrote.
The head of the Chancellery of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak also announced the missile attack on Avdievka. “There were no casualties,” he said.