Eighteen private houses damaged in Kyiv region amid Russian missile attack

Eighteen private houses damaged in Kyiv region amid Russian missile attack

In Kyiv region, 18 private houses were damaged as a result of the morning missile attack.

"As a result of the morning attack, 18 private houses were damaged. Roofs and windows were broken. Emergency services are working at the scene. So far, no casualties have been reported," Oleksiy Kuleba, Head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, posted on Telegram.

He also noted that the fire at a critical infrastructure facility was put out.

Deputy Head of the President's Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko posted on Telegram that residential buildings were struck in the village of Kopyliv, Kyiv region, during the missile attack.

"Kyiv region, Kopyliv village. During the morning attack, residential buildings were struck. Windows were broken in the houses of local residents. According to preliminary information, nobody was injured," Tymoshenko wrote.

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As reported, a fire broke out at a critical infrastructure facility in Kyiv region.

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On the morning of January 14, several loud explosions rang out in Kyiv. After that, an air alert sounded in Kyiv city and the region.


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