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Number of injured increased again due to falling debris from Russian missile in Kyiv

Number of injured increased again due to falling debris from Russian missile in Kyiv The number of injured in Kyiv has increased due to an enemy missile attack (photo:

In Kyiv, according to updated reports, the number of casualties from today's Russian missile attack and the debris falling from enemy targets has risen to 6 people. Previously, it was known about five injured, reports Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko.

According to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, medics reported that among those injured in the building in the Obolonsky district hit by missile debris:

  • 4 women,
  • an 11-year-old girl,
  • 1 man.

"One elderly woman was hospitalized. All others received assistance on the spot," he added.

The mayor clarified that all the injured individuals have acute stress reactions.

Russian missile strike on Kyiv on June 30

Earlier, it was reported that on Sunday evening in Kyiv and northern regions, an air alert was declared due to missile threats. Subsequently, the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine warned of a potentially cruise missile flying towards the capital. Later, Kyiv authorities announced the operation of air defense in the Kyiv region.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko later disclosed that emergency services were dispatched to the Obolon district where debris from a downed missile damaged a multi-story building. Initially, two casualties were reported.

In the Kyiv region police, it was reported that debris from the missile fall in one of the settlements of the region caused casualties and damaged buildings.

The Head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, Serhii Popko, stated that today's Russian attack on Kyiv was aimed at reconnaissance of methods and means to strike the capital.