Enemy shells Dnipropetrovsk region’s community with heavy artillery twice, casualties reported

Enemy shells Dnipropetrovsk region’s community with heavy artillery twice, casualties reported

Russian forces struck Dnipropetrovsk region’s Marhanets with heavy artillery twice. Three civilians were injured.

Serhiy Lysak, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration, said this in a Telegram post, Ukrinform reports.

"A 12-year-old girl and two women - 52 and 60 years old - were injured as a result of the enemy shelling. They have been taken to medical facilities. They are being provided with the necessary assistance," he wrote.

According to Lysak, 10 houses, four outbuildings, several solar panels, power grids, gas and water pipelines were damaged. The scale of destruction is being verified.

Read also: Man killed in Russia's shelling of Nikopol

All relevant services are working at the scene.

There are no other details yet.

As earlier reported, Russian occupiers shelled the city of Nikopol, Dnipropetrovsk region, on the night of February 9. Twenty-four shots were fired from barrel artillery. A man born in 1985 died in the city as a result of the shelling.


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