FRIDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2022, 13:09
In the city of Zaporizhzhia, a civilian infrastructure facility was destroyed, and three people were hospitalised as a result of a rocket attack that occurred on the night of 23-24 September.
Source: Oleksandr Starukh, the Head of Zaporizhzhia blast Military dministration; Anatolii Kurtiev, Secretary of Zaporizhzhia City Council
Quote from Starukh: "At night, occupier[s] fired rockets at the regional centre [Zaporizhzhia - ed.] and another city in the Zaporizhzhia Oblast. In Zaporizhzhia, a civilian infrastructure facility was destroyed, and houses and cars around were damaged."
Details: Reportedly, three victims were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The Head of the Oblast Military Administration added that another object in Zaporizhia was destroyed. Also, one of the rockets hit a building near the city in the Zaporizhzhia Oblast. There were no injuries.
Kurtiev said that a civil infrastructure facility was destroyed in Zaporizhzhia due to the strikes. Windows were blown out in multi-storey buildings, and private houses had their rooftops destroyed.
The official added that about 10 high-rise buildings, 9 private sector houses and other civilian infrastructure were damaged in the attack. Windows were damaged in high-rise buildings, and roofs were damaged in private homes.
Servicemen of public utilities, representatives of management companies and district administrations clean the streets of the rubble; they go door-to-door, counting broken windows and delivering repair materials.
Kurtiev also commented on the situation on the front line in Zaporizhzhia Oblast: "Over the past day, Ruscists [Russian invaders - ed.] have shelled the positions of our troops in the districts of Huliai-Pole, Polohiv and Vasylivka. At the same time, Ruscist scum did not stop at striking the houses of civilians in Zaporizhzhia, Vasylivka and Polohiv districts."
On 22 September, the Russian occupiers launched nine S-300 missiles on the city of Zaporizhzhia. Some damage has been reported; 6 people have been rescued from rubble.
On 23 September, Russia’s overnight attack on Zaporizhzhia inflicted damage on the city’s civilian infrastructure.