One person killed as Russian missiles hit industrial enterprise in Zaporizhzhia

One person killed as Russian missiles hit industrial enterprise in Zaporizhzhia

Enemy missiles hit an industrial enterprise in Zaporizhzhia last night, destroying one of its buildings.

Oleksandr Starukh, head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, said this during a nationwide telethon on Ukrainian TV channels, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"The shelling was quite powerful, there were five missiles. They hit an industrial enterprise, causing significant damage. One of the buildings was completely destroyed. Unfortunately, one of the workers of the enterprise died," said Starukh.

According to the region’s governor, there were almost 40 attacks on the region yesterday. Half of them were directed on communities. More than 30 objects were destroyed.

Starukh also noted that search operations have been completed in Vilniansk at the site of a residential building hit by a missile. The bodies of 10 people, including three minors, were found under the rubble.

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As Ukrinform reported, on the night of November 19, Russian troops fired five S-300 missiles at one of the districts in Zaporizhzhia. An industrial enterprise was damaged.

On November 17, Russian missiles hit a number of houses in Vilniansk, Zaporizhzhia region. Three families lived in one of the houses.


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