Russian army shells Dnipropetrovsk region using Grads, Uragans, heavy artillery

Russian army shells Dnipropetrovsk region using Grads, Uragans, heavy artillery

The Nikopol and Kryvyi Rih districts in Ukraine's Dnipropetrovsk region came under enemy fire last night.

Valentyn Reznichenko, the head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration, said this in a Telegram post, Ukrinform reports.

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"The Russian occupying forces fired from Grads, Uragans and heavy artillery. [...] They hit four communities in two districts," the post reads.

The Nikopol district came under Grad MLRS and heavy artillery fire. There were no casualties. Russian forces shelled the city of Nikopol three times. Several residential buildings and cars were damaged. More than 1,500 households were left without electricity. The electricians are already working to restore power supply.

In the Marhanets community, one house was destroyed and up to ten others were damaged. In Marhanets, the warehouse and workshops of a local factory were damaged. A power line was cut in the city.

Residential buildings were also damaged in the Chervonohryhorivka community.

The Kryvyi Rih district came under Uragan MLRS fire. The enemy also hit the Zelenodolsk community. 

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