Iryna Balachuk — Wednesday, 15 June 2022, 10:34
The Russian missile that was shot down over Lviv Oblast on 14 June injured a one-year-old child and damaged a brick factory, 26 private houses, 3 commercial facilities, 3 administrative buildings and 2 cars.
Source: Maksym Kozytskyi, Head of Lviv Oblast Military Administration, on Telegram
Direct quote from Kozytskyi: "Main events of the past 24 hours. The air raid siren sounded once. There was a threat of a Russian missile strike from the Black Sea. Our Air Defence shot down a missile, presumably a Kalibr, over Zolochiv. Fragments of the missile fell on a brick factory.
Six people were injured. Among them is a one-year-old boy. All the casualties are in a satisfactory condition and are receiving outpatient care."
Details: According to Kozytskyi, all these people were in the brick factory or a residential area nearby.
Falling debris from the downed missile destroyed the 1,250-sq.-m roof of the brick factory and damaged a wall, a nearby warehouse and two vehicles.
A total of 26 residential buildings, 3 commercial units and 3 administrative buildings were damaged.
Kozytskyi said the damage was mainly to windows, doors and walls.
On 14 June there were explosions in Ternopil and Lviv Oblasts, Air Defence was operating and a downed Russian missile damaged an infrastructure facility in Zolochiv. Initially 4 casualties were reported, including a child, but by evening the number had risen to 6.