Russians hit two civilian targets in Zaporizhzhia, 3 people injured

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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."

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