Russia fired 81 missiles into Ukraine. The heads of the regions spoke about the consequences | PHOTO | VIDEO
On the night of March 9, the terrorist country Russia launched 81 missiles of various bases in Ukraine. The heads of the Ukrainian regions spoke about the consequences of the enemy attack.
Head of the Lvov OVA Maxim Kozitsky said that one of the Russian missiles fell in a residential area of the Zolochevsky district of the Lvov region. At the moment, it is known about five dead — three men and two women. Rescuers continue to dismantle the rubble. The fire destroyed three residential buildings.
The head of the Chernihiv OVA, Vyacheslav Chaus, said that an enemy cruise missile was shot down in the area of air defense forces.
The head of the Dnepropetrovsk OVA, Serhiy Lysak, said that 7 enemy missiles were shot down over the Dnepropetrovsk region. However, he added that «arrivals» were recorded in the Dnieper, Pavlograd, Krivoy Rog and Nikopol regions. According to preliminary information, as a result of an enemy attack, one person was killed, two more were injured. The energy infrastructure and industrial enterprises were also damaged.
Head of the Odessa OVA Maxim Marchenko said that enemy missiles hit the energy infrastructure of the region. As a result, power supply restrictions have been introduced in the region. Marchenko also said that 6 enemy missiles and one drone were shot down in the sky over the Odesa region.
The head of the Rivne OVA, Vitaliy Koval, said that no hits by enemy missiles or damage to infrastructure were recorded in the Rivne region.
an energy infrastructure facility, as a result of which almost 150 thousand subscribers are without power supply.
The head of the military administration of the city, Alexander Vilkul, said that 2 energy infrastructure facilities were attacked in the Krivoy Rog region. In Krivoy Rog itself «arrivals» not recorded.
The head of the Mykolaiv OVA Vitaliy Kim reported that 9 enemy missiles of various types were destroyed over the region.
Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klitschko reported explosions in Goloseevsky and Svyatoshinsky districts. Three casualties are known. Due to emergency power outages, 40% of the capital's residents are left without heating.