1 killed, 7 injured in missile attack on thermal power plant, refinery in Kremenchuk

1 killed, 7 injured in missile attack on thermal power plant, refinery in Kremenchuk

As a result of yesterday's shelling of Kremenchuk, Poltava region, one person was killed and seven more were injured. The enemies struck a local thermal power plant and an oil refinery.

"Details of the attack on Kremenchuk. The day before, 9 enemy missiles hit the Kremenchuk thermal power plant and the Kremenchuk oil refinery again. Unfortunately, 1 person was killed, 7 people were injured, they have injuries of varying severity. We have significant destruction of buildings, but all fires are isolated," Head of the Poltava Regional Military Administration Dmytro Lunin posted on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

Almost all districts of the town have no hot water supply due to the attack on the thermal power plant. He noted that yesterday's enemy shelling was the biggest in Poltava region over the full-scale Russian invasion.

As reported, on Easter, April 24, Russian missiles hit infrastructure facilities in Kremenchuk, Poltava region.

On February 24, Russian president Putin announced a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.


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