Death toll from Russian missile strikes on Lviv grows to seven

Death toll from Russian missile strikes on Lviv grows to seven

Seven people were killed and 11 injured after Russia launched at least four missile strikes on Lviv.

Maksym Kozytskyi, head of the Lviv Regional Military Administration, said this at a briefing, Ukrinform reports.

“There have been three missile strikes on warehouses, which are not currently used by the military, another one – on a service station. According to preliminary data, there are seven dead (four of them were killed at the service station) and 11 injured, including a child, who is not in a critical condition, but three victims are in critical condition in hospital,” Kozytskyi said.

Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi said the strikes shattered windows in eight residential buildings and in a school.

"Today there are no safe and dangerous cities in Ukraine, today everyone is on equal terms. Therefore, once again, I urge you to go to bomb shelters when you hear the siren, it will save your life," he added.

As reported, on April 18, several missiles hit Lviv. Three of them struck military infrastructure and one hit a tyre fitting service. A fire broke out. The facilities were severely damaged. In addition, several rocket attacks were recorded near the main railway station in Lviv.


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