In Odesa region, enemy hits energy infrastructure facility, damages residential buildings

In Odesa region, enemy hits energy infrastructure facility, damages residential buildings

As a result of a massive missile strike targeting Odesa region, missiles hit an energy infrastructure facility, as well as damaged a number of residential buildings. No casualties were reported.

That’s according to the Odesa Regional Military Administration, Ukrinform reports.

"As a result of the massive strike, missiles hit the region’s energy infrastructure, as well as damaged residential buildings. Fortunately, there are no casualties," wrote the head of the Administration, Maksym Marchenko.

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Electricity supply restrictions are currently in effect, he noted. Air defense forces shot down a number of incoming missiles, the report says.

"A second wave [of missiles - ed.] is expected, so I urge residents across the region to remain in shelters!" added the head of the region.

As reported, an air alert was announced throughout Ukraine in shortly after midnight.

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