Photos of the aftermath of Russian drone attack on Kyiv posted online

In Kyiv's Comfort Town residential complex, fragments of a drone fell on the roof of one of the houses
In Kyiv's Comfort Town residential complex, fragments of a drone fell on the roof of one of the houses

The roof of a nine-storey building in Dniprovsky District caught fire due to the falling debris. The emergency services arrived at the scene immediately.

The building in the Comfort Town condominium complex featured in one of the backdrops at this year's Eurovision, the locals wrote on social media.

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<span class="copyright">REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko</span>
REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko
<span class="copyright">DSNS</span>
DSNS

Preliminary reports said that four apartments were damaged. No casualties were reported due to the attack, the DSNS reported.

Russia conducted the eleventh mass air attack on Kyiv since the beginning of this month alone. The enemy launched 18 Shahed 136/131 suicide drones on Kyiv and Kyiv Oblast. All of them were intercepted by the Ukrainian air defence.

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<span class="copyright">REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko</span>
REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko
<span class="copyright">DSNS</span>
DSNS

Damage was reported in several capital's districts, namely:

  • a residential building caught fire in Dniprovsky District;

  • a service station building and parked cars were damaged in Darnytsky District;

  • windows of a residential building were shattered in Pechersky District;

  • road surfaces and vehicles were damaged in Solomyansky District.

<span class="copyright">REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko</span>
REUTERS / Valentyn Ogirenko
<span class="copyright">DSNS</span>
DSNS

Fortunately, there were no casualties in any of the incidents.

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