Russian troops launch missile strike on Vasylkiv, leaving several people wounded

Russian troops launch missile strike on Vasylkiv, leaving several people wounded

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Today Russian troops have launched another missile strike on the city of Vasylkiv, leaving several people wounded.

The relevant statement was made by the Center Air Command on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

Some missiles were destroyed by the Ukrainian anti-aircraft defense units.

The same area was hit with Russian missiles a month ago. There were massive destructions, and almost all premises burnt out.

“Russian orcs again hit a building of the headquarters, which had already been destroyed. A training center and a civilian college were also stationed within this area, and the local community began to rebuild the college after the fire. But, Russian occupiers fire insidiously, without giving up the practice of making civilians frightened. The missile hit the area, where college employees were cleaning the street and buildings,” the report states.

According to the preliminary data, several employees were wounded and taken to hospital. One of them is in critical condition.

Rescuers are dismantling the rubble and searching for survivors.

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