Russian invaders fire at least 10 missiles at Mykolayiv city in half an hour

Russian invaders fire at least 10 missiles at Mykolayiv city in half an hour

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Yet another terrorist act is committed in Mykolayiv, southern Ukraine, as Russian invaders fired at least 10 missiles at the city in half an hour.

“Yet another terrorist act: the city of Mykolayiv came under missile fire. At least 10 missiles were fired in half an hour. At 06:25, a missile hit a multi-storey apartment block. So far, four people have been killed. At least five more have been injured. The rescue operation is underway. People remain trapped under the rubble," Chair of the Mykolayiv Regional Council Hanna Zamazeyeva posted on Telegram.

As the official noted, Mykolayiv is being "wiped off the face of the earth" like Mariupol, Volnovakha, and other cities. "Dear international community, what are you waiting for? How many more terrorist acts from Russia are needed?" the regional council chair emphasized.

As reported, at about 06:00 on June 29, Russians once again launched a massive missile strike at the city of Mykolayiv. One of the missiles hit a high-rise apartment block.

Four civilians have been killed and five more have been injured.

The missile destroyed apartments from the third to the fifth floor. Criminal proceedings have been instituted.

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