Rescuers show crater near kindergarten caused by Russia’s missile strike on Kyiv

Rescuers show crater near kindergarten caused by Russia’s missile strike on Kyiv

Ukrainian rescuers have shown a crater left by the Russian missile within the territory of a kindergarten.

The relevant video was posted by the Ukrainian State Emergency Service on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“The video depicts a crater within the territory of a kindergarten, which has been caused by Russia’s missile strike today,” the report states.

The Ukrainian State Emergency Service also commented on the intercepted talk between Russian operators and bomber pilots.

“‘Seen. Nice’ – that’s how operators praised the pilots of Russian bombers who had fired at Kyiv today. They are not people. One can even hardly call them animals, as the latter do not kill for fun. And they do,” the Ukrainian rescuers noted.

A reminder that, in the morning of June 26, 2022, Russians launched missile strikes on Kyiv’s central district. A 9-storey apartment block and adjacent infrastructure were hit. As a result, the residential house caught fire, and its upper floors were partially destroyed. Reportedly, one civilian was killed and four injured, including a child. Rescue works are underway.


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