Four civilians injured as enemy kamikaze drones attack Dnipro

Four civilians injured as enemy kamikaze drones attack Dnipro

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The Russian forces attacked the city of Dnipro with kamikaze drones overnight, injuring four civilians.

Valentyn Reznichenko, head of the Dnipro Regional Military Administration, wrote this on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"Four injured due to Russian strikes on Dnipro... Overnight, the occupiers massively attacked the region with kamikaze drones. Our air defense destroyed five barrage ammunition," the report reads.

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In Dnipro, drones targeted a logistics enterprise. Four of its employees were injured. They are in the hospital.

 "The enemy strike caused a huge fire. More than 3,000 square meters were burning. Firefighters have already extinguished the flames. The company's warehouses have been destroyed," Reznichenko wrote.

The Russians launched MLRS and heavy artillery attacks on the Nikopol district. Two communities were affected - Myrove and Marhanets communities.

Private houses and a private enterprise were damaged in the Marhanets community.

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