At least two people have died this Tuesday after the registered attack against a residential building in the Sviatoshynski district, in Kyivwhile another 35 people were rescued from the rubble, the state emergency service (SES) reported on its Facebook page.
in the district of Svyatoshynski“as a result of the impact of ammunition in a sixteen-story residential building, there was significant damage to the building with a subsequent fire from the 1st to the 16th floor. The bodies of two people were found at the scene, 35 people were rescued”, says the SES post.
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The state service reported that the SES involved 52 troops and 14 units to assist those affected by this Russian bombardment.
In another residential area of Kyiv and “as a result of the impact of ammunition on a nine-story apartment building, the house was slightly damaged”, with minor local fires on the floors, the same service explained.
The fires were extinguished and a dozen members of the emergency services and five units participated in these works.
In the area of osokorkialso in the Ukrainian capital, the shelling reached a two-story private apartment building that caught fire, the SES added.
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No possible victims have been reported in this attack whose fire has already been put out.
These events show that the Russian Army has again attacked some residential neighborhoods of the capital of Kyivbesieged for several days, as confirmed in his Telegram account, the mayor of the city, Vitali Klichko.
“The enemy continues to attack kyiv”, The former professional boxer pointed out about these attacks that yesterday killed at least three people in outlying neighborhoods of the capital.
“Early in the morning, the shells hit several residential buildings: 2 high-rise buildings in the Sviatoshynski district, 1 in Podilski. And also in a private house”, confirmed the first mayor of the city.
He also said that the entrance to one of the subway stations in the area was damaged by the shock wave from the explosions.
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