Death toll from missile strike in Mykolaiv rises to six

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Rescuers continue to dismantle blockages of the high-rise building in Mykolaiv destroyed by the Russian missile
Rescuers continue to dismantle blockages of the high-rise building in Mykolaiv destroyed by the Russian missile

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As of 8.30 a.m. on June 30, the bodies of six civilians had been pulled out from under the rubble.

Six more people were injured in the attack.

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Rescue teams continue to search for the dead and dismantle parts of the destroyed house.

Russian forces fired more than 10 missiles at the city of Mykolaiv early on June 29. One of them hit a five-story apartment building.

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In an evening video address, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky clarified that the building had been hit with an Oniks anti-ship missile.

Five dead and four injured were reported at that time. Three residents of the house were rescued from the rubble.