Dnipropetrovsk Oblast: 2 people killed, 1 injured following Russian attack

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Two people were killed and one person injured as a result of a Russian attack on the Synelnykove district, in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, on 11 September.

Source: State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast on Facebook

Quote: "In the evening [of 11 September], the aggressor fired on the Velyka Mykhailivka hromada [an administrative unit designating a village, several villages, or a town, and their adjacent territories] in the Synelnykove district. Two people were killed. Early reports indicate one other person was injured. The enemy hit energy infrastructure targets in [Dnipropetrovsk] Oblast.

A man and a woman were killed in the Velyka Mykhailivka hromada in the Synelnykove district. A 19-year-old woman has been hospitalised and is in severe condition. Zaitseve hromada was hit, too. Information about the extent of damage and destruction has yet to be confirmed."

Details: Emergency workers report that Russian missiles hit energy infrastructure targets in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, causing several fires to break out. Power outages occurred in several hromadas across the Oblast. Information about casualties and the extent of destruction has yet to be confirmed.

Units of the Air Command Skhid (East) shot down seven Russian missiles over Dnipropetrovsk Oblast on 11 September.

Emergency workers report that 33 private residential houses and multi-storey buildings in the city of Dnipro were damaged as a result of a Russian missile strike on the night of 11–12 September.

Four administrative buildings, a shopping mall and a business centre, several shops and a cafe were damaged. Eleven cars and an outbuilding containing a boiler room sustained damage, too. A two-storey building was partially destroyed.

Up to 280 tonnes of rubble were cleared away from the site of the missile strike.

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