Ukraine: Death toll from Russian strike on train station rises to 25 | War in Ukraine

Ukraine: the toll of the Russian strike on a train station rises to 25  dead | War in Ukraine

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The attack took place on the Chapline railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region.

The death toll from the Russian bombardment that hit a railway station in central Ukraine on Wednesday evening has risen to 25 dead and 31 injured, the Ukrainian train operator announced on Thursday.

According to the morning's information, we have 25 dead, including two children. Thirty-one people were injured, including two children, the company said on Telegram.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the Russian missile strike Wednesday evening at the start of his video address to the UN Security Council, reporting an initial death toll of 22.

It took place at the Chapline railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region of central Ukraine. According to Mr. Zelensky, four passenger cars caught fire.

Russia regularly strikes Ukrainian cities with missiles at long range, according to kyiv.

The bombing came as Ukraine celebrated Independence Day, which commemorates its separation from the USSR in 1991. It also comes as the country entered its seventh month of war against Russia on Wednesday, which began on February 24.

If the bulk of the fighting is taking place today #x27;Today in eastern and southern Ukraine, where neither side appears to be making progress, Russia is regularly hitting Ukrainian cities with long-range missiles, according to kyiv.

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