The day before, on June 28, Russian invaders shelled the city of Dnipro. As a result of a missile hit on the car repair shop, two people were killed. Rescuers found the bodies of a man and a woman at the epicenter of the explosion, Valentyn Reznichenko, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration, reports.
"Bad news came in the morning. Under the debris of the building of a motor transport company that was destroyed by an enemy missile, rescuers found two dead — a man and a woman. These people were at the epicenter of the explosion. They were not soldiers, they had no weapons. There was a civilian enterprise where civilians worked…," he said.
After yesterday's missile attack on Dnipro, seven people were injured, including a 6-year-old boy. Two people were hospitalized. At the scene, experts found fragments of the Kalibr cruise missile.
Context. On June 28, at about 5:30 p.m., the Russians fired six Kalibr sea-based cruise missiles from the Black Sea at Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. One of them hit the Avtodiesel car repair shop and caused a fire.