More than 15 recreation centers destroyed: new details of the Russian missile attack on the Odessa region

The resort village, as well as the recreation center on the Dniester River, underwent significant damage.

In the Odessa region, due to a missile strike, 5 residential and 60 country houses, more than 15 recreation centers, and 80 shopping pavilions were destroyed.

This was reported in the press service of the regional prosecutor’s office.

It is recalled that this morning the military of the aggressor country once again launched missile strikes on civilian infrastructure in the settlements of Belgorod-Dnestrovsky and Odessa regions.

“Due to rocket attacks on a resort village in the Belgorod-Dnestrovsky district, 5 residential buildings were destroyed, followed by their ignition, and more than 15 recreation centers, 60 summer cottages, and about 80 shopping pavilions were damaged,” the report says.

According to preliminary data, one person was injured: due to an enemy shell hit, a 46-year-old man was injured in the form of cuts to his legs and face.

Also under the fire of the invaders was a village in the Odessa region, in which the recreation center on the Dniester River was significantly damaged, and the windows and facade were damaged in the building.

Prosecutors, SBU and police investigators, experts, rescuers are working.

Fragments from the mechanisms of missiles were found and seized, which will later be sent for examination.

“There are no military installations in these territories,” the prosecutor’s office said.

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