At least two civilians have been killed and four others have been injured during the early hours of this Thursday following an attack on a residential neighborhood in the Ukrainian city of Jershon. “Two men aged 29 and 41 have died as a result of the Russian night terror. They were found inside their bedroom, which has been attacked by the occupiers,” Jerson Governor Oleksandr Prokudin said on his official Telegram channel . . . .
In addition, he denounced that during the last day Russia has fired 604 projectiles, of which 41 have been directed at residential buildings and civil infrastructure in Kherson.
This morning, Ukrainian air defenses shot down more than twenty projectiles in the sky over kyiv and its surroundings. launched by Russia, the head of the Administration of the area, Sergei Popko, reported this Thursday. Loud explosions were heard at dawn in the center of the Ukrainian capital.
The falling fragments of the intercepted projectiles caused damage to infrastructure in several districts of kyiv. In Shevchenko’s case, a gas line was damaged, although it did not explode. In Darnitsia several cars were damaged, as well as a non-residential building. A fire has broken out in this part of the capital.
The projectiles would have been launched from ten Russian Tu-95MC strategic aircraft and, at least in some cases, they would be missiles cruising Kh-101, Kh-555 and Kh-55. Ukrainian authorities will provide detailed information about the attack later today.
According to the mayor of kyiv, Vitali Klichkó, Several people have been injured, including an 18-year-old girl and a 9-year-old girl. who have had to be hospitalized. Several areas of kyiv have been temporarily left without light and electricity due to damage caused by falling fragments. Ukrainian authorities have also reported explosions during the early hours of the morning in Cherkassy (central Ukraine), Rivne and Lviv (west).
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