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Significant numbers of fatalities: What is known about missile attack on Kremenchuk

Russia launched a missile attack on a civilian facility in Kremenchuk. Screenshot

Russia launched a missile attack on a civilian facility in Kremenchuk. Screenshot

The Russians shelled Kremenchuk. According to Vitaliy Maletskyi, Mayor of the city, the missile attack on Kremenchuk hit a very crowded place that is 100% unrelated to warlike activities.

Consequences of a missile attack on a shopping center in Kremenchuk (video):

Video [120] Пожар

The invaders fired missiles at the shopping center, where there were more than a thousand civilians. The shopping center is on fire, rescuers are engaged in extinguishing the fire. According to the State Emergency Service, at the moment the fire area in the building is 10,300 square meters. 115 people and 20 pieces of fire-service equipment were involved in extinguishing. A fire-fighting of Ukrzaliznytsia and the Mobile Operational Group of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine is heading to the fireground.

Video [117] Кременчук

Dmytro Lunin, head of the Poltava Regional Military Administration, reported that the missile hit a civilian facility. According to MP Oleksiy Honcharenko, "there are significant numbers of fatalities" over the shelling in the city.

Video [118] Прилеты Кременчук

UPDATED: According to the Deputy Chairman of the Presidential Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko, it is preliminary known about two killed and 20 more injured.

Video [119] Первые минуты

Residents of Poltava could hear the sounds of explosions during the last air raid. However, there is no information about the hit of enemy missiles.

Earlier it was reported that the enemy continues to attack the Eastern Operational Zone, they also keep two carriers of high-precision weapons in combat readiness in the Black Sea.

Ранее сообщалось, что враг продолжает наступление на Восточную операционную зону, в Черном море в боевой готовности удерживает два носителя высокоточного оружия.

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