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Missile attack on Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi in Odesa Oblast: 18 people killed, including children

The Russians fired missiles at a high-rise building and a recreation center in Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi. Photo: State Emergency Service

The Russians fired missiles at a high-rise building and a recreation center in Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi. Photo: State Emergency Service

On Friday, July 1 at night, the Russian invaders launched missiles at Odesa Oblast. Three X-22 missiles fired from Tu-22 bombers hit a residential aparts house in Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi and a recreation center in the village of Serhiivka.

As a result of the attack on a residential house, the outer wall of the building and the ceilings from the 1st to the 9th floors were destroyed.

As of 5:30 am, 17 killed, including one child, were reported, according to the Operational Command South. 31 people, including four children and a pregnant woman, requested medical assistance. Emergency crews rescued 8 people, including 3 children, from the rubble.

As of 8:30 am, 18 killed are reported, including two children.


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Quote"As a result of the missile attack, a three-story and four-story building of the recreation center was partially destroyed. As a result, 3 people died (including 1 child) and 1 person was injured," the State Emergency Service reported.

Context. Recall: On June 27, the Russian invaders launched a missile attack on Kremenchuk in Poltava Oblast. The enemy hit the shopping center Amstor, where at the time of the attack there were more than a thousand people. At the moment, 22 killed are reported. The Russian invaders hit a shopping and entertainment center in the city of Kremenchuk with X-22 missiles fired from Tu-22 M3 bombers. The rashists’ aircraft еook off from the Shaikovka airfield, and the launches were made from the territory of the Kursk region.

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