Four injured in Russia’s missile strikes on military object in Lviv Region

Four injured in Russia’s missile strikes on military object in Lviv Region

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A military object situated in Yavoriv District, Lviv Region, has been hit with Russian missiles. The Ukrainian anti-aircraft defense units shot down two cruise missiles, but four missiles struck the target.

The relevant statement was made by Lviv Regional Military Administration Head Maksym Kozytskyi on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“At about 04:00 a.m., a military object situated in Yavoriv District was hit with a missile strike. According to the preliminary data, the West Air Force Command shot down two missiles. Sadly, four missiles struck the target,” Kozytskyi told.

In his words, enemy missiles were launched from the Black Sea.

Four persons were injured in Russia’s missile attack. Three of them received mild injuries; one is in moderately grave condition. All the injured were taken to hospital.

Rescuers have already localized and extinguished a fire caused by Russian missile strikes.

A reminder that, in the morning of June 25, 2022, Russian troops fired over 40 missiles at Chernihiv Region and Zhytomyr Region. Some explosions were also heard in Lviv Region, Ternopil Region, Kyiv Region and Kharkiv Region.

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