Deaths Blackouts as Russian Missiles Hit Multiple Ukraine Cities
Deaths Blackouts as Russian Russian missiles have reportedly launch a new barrage at Ukrainian targets, killing at least 14 people in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipro and cutting power in the Kyiv and Kharkiv regions, according to officials.
An entire section of a nine-story apartment building in Dnipro was destroy by the attacks on Saturday, and smoke billow into the sky. Officials report that a 15-year-old girl that among the fatalities.
Photographs taken on the site in Dnipro showed firefighters extinguishing a fire near some car wreckage. The apartment building’s facade was severely damaged, and a sizable portion of the building was missing. Officials reported that a 15-year-old girl was among the fatalities.
According to accounts in Ukrainian media, trapped residents were using their mobile phones as torches to signal where they were located beneath the debris.
They continue sending SMS messages, the deputy mayor of Dnipro Mikhailo Lysenko said in a video posted that social media. We occasionally pause our efforts to maintain silence because we occasionally hear screams coming from under the rubble.
The strikes happen as the nation was celebrating the customary New Year. They were the largest round of Russian attacks on Ukraine in the past two weeks.
Along with Dnipro a other cities attacked on Saturday were Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. Odesa in the south, Kharkiv in the east, and Lviv in the west. Once more, damage done to civil infrastructure, particularly electrical infrastructure power outages report.
According to Energy Minister German Galushchenko, emergency blackouts were implement on Saturday owing to the raids in “most districts” of Ukraine.
Since October. Russia And been employing missiles and drones to attack Ukraine’s electrical infrastructure resulting in widespread blackouts and interruptions to running water and central heating.
According to Russia’s top military commander Valerii Zaluzhny, 33 cruise missiles That launch on Saturday, 21 of which that intercept.
President Maia Sandu tweeted about the destruction that posted images of it, saying. Russia’s barbaric conflict against Ukraine immediately touches Moldova again.”