Russian Missile Attack On Ukrainian Medical Clinic Kills 1, Injures 15

A Russian missile strike on a clinic within the japanese Ukrainian metropolis of Dnipro on Friday killed not less than one individual and wounded 15 others. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky confirmed the assault and mentioned authorities had been working to rescue others from the hospital. Taking to the Telegram messaging app, Zelensky wrote, “A rocket assault on a clinic within the metropolis of Dnipro. As of now, one individual was killed and 15 had been wounded,”

He additionally posted a video of smoke billowing out from a badly broken constructing and mentioned rescue efforts had been underway.

“Russian terrorists as soon as once more affirm their standing of fighters in opposition to every thing humane and trustworthy.” Zelensky additional wrote on the app, Reuters reported.

Russia, didn’t instantly touch upon the reported air strikes however mentioned Ukraine had struck two areas in southern Russia with a rocket and a drone.

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Earlier, the top of the regional navy administration Sergiy Lysak mentioned the town got here underneath assault on Thursday night time. 

“It was a really troublesome night time. It was loud – the enemy launched a mass assault on the area with missiles and drones,” Lysak was quoted as saying by BBC.

He additionally confirmed that two boys aged three and 6 had been injured within the assault.

Earlier on Friday, Ukrainian officers claimed that that they had shot down 10 missiles and greater than 30 drones launched by Russia in in a single day assaults on Dnipro and the japanese metropolis of Kharkiv.

Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, was additionally focused and officers mentioned fragments of intercepted drones fell on the roof of a buying centre, whereas a home and a number of other automobiles had been broken, reported BBC.

Russia, which invaded Ukraine 15 months in the past has stepped up assaults on Ukraine in current weeks, concentrating on its infrastructure amenities forward of an anticipated Ukrainian counteroffensive.


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