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Explosions heard in Mykolaiv and Dnipro

Explosions heard in Mykolaiv and Dnipro Explosions rang out in Dnipro and Mykolaiv due to the attack of Shaheds (collage by RBC-Ukraine)

In the suburbs of Dnipro, as well as in Mykolaiv, explosions rang out late in the evening on February 10 during an air alert due to an enemy attack using Shahed-type kamikaze drones, according to local media.

Before that, the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine warned of the movement of enemy barrage ammunition toward the Dnipro region.

At about eleven o'clock, explosions were heard in the city. Approximately 15 minutes later, another explosion was heard.

"An explosion was heard again in the suburbs of Dnipro," Suspilne. Dnipro writes.

In addition, residents of Mykolaiv report explosions on social media.

The Air Force recorded the movement of enemy Shaheds in the region.

"Mykolaiv! A group of Shaheds are moving along the Southern Bug riverbed towards the city!" the announcement read.

There are also suggestions in local media that the explosions may be related to the operation of air defense systems.

Fire in Mykolaiv

A fire broke out at a facility in Mykolaiv during the Shahed attack, the city's mayor, Oleksandr Senkevych, said in his Telegram.

He added that the details are being investigated and urged not to film or post anything on camera during the air raid alert.

Vitalii Kim, head of the Mykolaiv regional military administration, hinted in Telegram that the situation regarding the drone attack and the fire was not threatening.

"Everything is fine," the official wrote.

Drone attack on February 10

Tonight, on February 10, Russian invaders again launched attack drones toward Ukraine. Air alert has been declared in several regions.

Earlier, on the night of February 10, Russian troops launched 31 Shahed drones to strike Ukraine. In the course of combat operations, the defenders managed to destroy 23 enemy drones in Odesa and Kharkiv regions. However, several drones managed to attack Kharkiv, in particular, they hit an oil depot.

The attack resulted in a huge fire in the private sector in Kharkiv. Seven people were killed in the Russian attack, and more than fifty others were injured.