Two civilians injured in explosion at state-run enterprise in Shostka
An explosion, likely caused by a missile strike, rocked a state-owned enterprise in the city of Shostka, Sumy region, on January 31.
Ukraine's North Operational Command reported this on Telegram, according to Ukrinform.
"At around 12:20, a report was received via the 102 line that an explosion had occurred at a state-owned enterprise in the city of Shostka (Sumy region)," the report said.
It was established that a missile (information is being clarified) had hit an industrial building, damaging the roof, slabs, and windows.
Two civilians were injured in the explosion. They were hospitalized.
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