Enemy strikes Zaporizhzhia city, hitting gas station, infrastructure facility

Enemy strikes Zaporizhzhia city, hitting gas station, infrastructure facility

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The Russians struck Zaporizhzhia city, hitting a gas station and an infrastructure facility.

"Rocket strikes on an infrastructure facility and a gas station in Shevchenkivskyi district were recorded," Anatoliy Kurtiev, acting mayor of Zaporizhzhia, posted on Telegram.

There is also information about explosions in Zaporizhzhia suburbs. The information is being clarified.

Earlier, Oleksandr Starukh, Head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, wrote on Telegram that five rockets had been fired at Zaporizhzhia.

"At about 19:15, the enemy attacked the city of Zaporizhzhia. A total of 5 rockets were fired. Infrastructure facilities in Shevchenkivskyi district of the regional center were destroyed," the post reads.

A fire broke out. According to preliminary information, a woman was injured. The information will be clarified later.

As reported, at 04:00, August 10, the Russian military hit the village of Kushuhum in the suburbs of Zaporizhzhia. One woman died under the rubble, five houses were completely destroyed, and 38 houses were damaged.

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