Occupants fired from heavy artillery at night Nikopol

Once again, Russian terrorists have struck peaceful settlements
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Once again, Russian terrorists have struck peaceful settlements Ukraine news 02 May 2023 at 08:00

On the night of May 2, Russian occupation forces shelled the city of Nikopol in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast with heavy artillery. Fortunately, there are no casualties or fatalities as a result of the shelling. Rescue teams are working on the scene to assess the aftermath of the attacks. This information was reported by the Main Directorate of the State Emergency Service (SES) in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.

According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russian Federation continues to employ a tactic of terror. Over the past day, the enemy launched 19 missile strikes (15 enemy cruise missiles of types X-101 and X-555 were successfully destroyed by our defenders), conducted 17 air strikes, and fired 25 volleys from multiple rocket launchers. Unfortunately, there are casualties and injuries among the civilian population, including children. Residential high-rise buildings, private houses, schools, hospitals, kindergartens, and other civilian infrastructure have been damaged and destroyed.

Recall that earlier, as a result of a missile strike in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, 25 people were injured, including 3 children. Russian occupation forces launched missile strikes on Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. Air defense units from the Air Command 'East' shot down seven enemy missiles, but there were also hits on civilian infrastructure. There are casualties, including children. In Pavlograd District, as a result of the shelling, 25 people were injured, including three children. In the city of Pavlohrad, the enemy hit an industrial enterprise. A fire broke out as a result of the missile strike, which has already been extinguished by rescuers. In the residential sector of the city, 19 multi-story buildings, 25 private houses, 6 educational institutions, and 5 stores were damaged.


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