Five Russian drones downed over Odesa Oblast overnight, abandoned building damaged, no casualties

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Five Russian kamikaze drones were shot down over Odesa Oblast overnight, regional Military Administration head, Oleh Kiper, wrote on Telegram on Nov. 30.

An abandoned building was set ablaze during the attack, though the fire was quickly extinguished by the emergency services. No casualties were reported.

Read also: What was Russia targeting in its Nov. 28 drone attack on Khmelnytskyi Oblast?

The Russians targeted military facilities and critical infrastructure in their latest drone and missile attack on Ukraine, Air Force spokesman Yuriy Ihnat said on national television on Nov. 30.

Fourteen out of 20 Russian Shahed drones were intercepted overnight. A former factory in Khmelnytskyi Oblast was damaged by downed UAV debris. An air raid alert was also activated in Vinnytsia Oblast.

Read also: 1 civilian dead, 2 injured in Russian drone strike on humanitarian aid truck in Zaporizhzhya Oblast

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