Mykola Lukashuk, the chairman of Dnipropetrovsk Regional Council, said this in a statement released on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.
"Already in the evening, the enemy launched an air strike on the regional center. Two missiles hit an oil terminal full of fuel. The facility was destroyed. The debris of another missile damaged two fuel trucks. No one was injured or killed," he wrote.
Also, according to him, Russian forces on Wednesday staged a provocation from the territory of the Kherson region when they fired at the Apostolove community. No one was injured, and no facilities were damaged in the attack.
A powerful explosion rocked Dnipro at about 20:15. Mayor Borys Filatov was the first to report that the Russian military had launched a missile strike on the city.