Late in the evening of June 1, the Russian invaders fired missiles at Lviv Oblast. The transport infrastructure in the Stryi and Sambir Districts were hit, the head of the Lviv Regional State Administration Maksym Kozytskyi reported.
Four cruise missiles hit the region — the enemy launched them from the Black Sea. Five people were injured as a result of the shelling.
"Four people suffered medium injuries. They are in hospitals of the region. One has minor injuries, he was not hospitalized. Fortunately, there were no fatalities," Kozytskyi said.
Due to significant damage to railway facilities, Ukrzaliznytsia reported delays in the train traffic. As of 09:23, traffic on the damaged section has been partially resumed, but delays remain for the following routes:
- No. 37 Uzhhorod — Odesa
- No. 135 Chernivtsi — Odesa
- No. 26 Odesa — Rakhiv
- No. 50 Truskavets — Kyiv
- No. 82 Uzhhorod — Kyiv
- No. 46 Kharkiv — Uzhhorod
- No. 17 Kharkiv — Lviv
- No. 56 Rakhiv — Kyiv
- No. 77 Kovel — Odesa
- No. 36 Odesa — Przemysl
- No. 716 Przemysl — Kyiv
- No. 119 Zaporizhzhia — Lviv
On Thursday, June 2, the traffic of a number of suburban trains to Stryi station will be limited:
- No. 6155 Lviv — Lavochne
- No. 6187 Lviv — Mukachevo
- No. 6189 Lviv — Lavochne Chop (in the opposite direction — to the station Lavochne).
Today train No. 829/830 Lviv — Uzhhorod — Lviv will not run.