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Attack on infrastructure in Lviv region leaves one dead

Attack on infrastructure in Lviv region leaves one dead Photo: Russians attacked an infrastructure object in the Lviv region (Getty Images)

Russian occupiers struck a critical infrastructure target in the Lviv region on March 31st. A man was killed in the attack, reports Maksym Kozytskyi, the head of the Lviv Regional State Administration, on Telegram.

Kozytskyi noted that the attack lasted from 05:01 to 06:27. The enemy targeted a critical infrastructure site with cruise missiles, which had previously been targeted on March 24 and 29.

The attack resulted in a fire and the destruction of the administrative building. The fire has since been extinguished.

Additionally, a man was killed in the attack. Rescue efforts are underway at the crash site.

"There may still be people under the rubble," Kozytskyi emphasized.

Night attack

In Kyiv and several regions, air raid sirens had been sounding since the evening of March 30 due to the ballistic threat. Sirens sounded twice more in the capital and most regions overnight. It's known that enemy missiles reached as far as western Ukraine.

The Ukrainian Air Force reported that overnight, the Russians launched 14 cruise missiles from strategic aviation, an Iskander ballistic missile, and another Kh-59 missile. Air defense forces shot down nine Kh-101/Kh-555 missiles and nine Shahed drones.

In the Odesa region, an energy facility caught fire due to debris from a downed drone. Several settlements experienced power outages. Trams and trolleybuses in Odesa were also halted following the overnight attack.