According to the latest report, the night attack also injured 11, including five in serious condition.
Thirteen civilians were killed overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday in Russian shelling in the Dnipropetrovsk region in central-eastern Ukraine, Governor Valentin Reznichenko announced.
Two people died of their injuries, adding to the death toll of 11 announced by the governor a few minutes earlier on Telegram.
According to the latest report, the night attack also injured 11, including five in serious condition, in this relatively safe region where civilians are evacuated from Donbass, further east, the epicenter of the Russian offensive.
We had a horrible night […] It's very hard to get the bodies out of the rubble, Valentin Reznitchenko points out in his message: I beg you, go to safe places during the air raids […] Don't let the Russians will kill you.
The town of Marganets, located on the other bank of the Dnipro river opposite the Ukrainian nuclear power plant of Zaporizhia, and the village of Vychtchetarassivka were targeted in this attack with Grad multiple rocket launchers.
Eighty rockets were launched deliberately and insidiously on residential neighborhoods while people slept at home, the governor denounced.