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In Dnipro, the number of victims of a rocket attack on a residential building increased to 36


In the regional center, they continue dismantling the rubble of a high-rise building hit by a Russian missile.


In Dnipro, the number of victims of a Russian missile attack on a residential building has risen to 36.

Head of the National Police of Ukraine Igor Klymenko noted that in Dnipro, they continue to dismantle the rubble of a high-rise building, which was hit by a Russian missile, the National Police reports on Telegram.

“As of 10:30 a.m., 36 people were killed (including two children); 75 people were injured (of which 15 were children); 39 people were rescued (of which 6 were children),” the report says.

Rescue and search operations continue.

On January 14, Russian terrorists hit a high-rise building in the Dnieper with a rocket, where more than 1.1 thousand people live. The explosion completely destroyed one of the sections of the house.

The Russian military hit a residential building with a Kh-22 missile. This missile was designed back in the Soviet Union to destroy naval groups and aircraft carrier groups. Only the 52nd Guards Bomber Aviation Regiment of the Russian Federation can launch such a missile.


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