Russians drop five bombs on Zaporizhzhia region in one day

Russians drop five bombs on Zaporizhzhia region in one day

Over the past 24 hours, the enemy army dropped five aerial bombs on the settlements of the Zaporizhzhia region.

Yuriy Malashko, the head of Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, said this on the air of the national telethon "United News", Ukrinform reports.

"The night was very hot: the enemy fired 111 times at the settlements of the region. In the afternoon, they started firing at Huliaypole, Orikhiv, Zaliznychne with air guided missiles and artillery," said the head of the region.

According to him, there is one injured woman born in 1957. She received medical assistance.

Read also: Russian army attacks 16 settlements in Zaporizhzhia region over past day

In addition, Russians hit a kindergarten in Stepnohirsk with Grad multiple launch rocket systems. There was no one there, so there were no casualties.

"Yesterday they dropped five bombs, and usually it is artillery shelling. Most of the time, they are shooting randomly to sow panic among the population. It is impossible to say where the targets are being hit," said Malashko.

The RMA reminded that they suggest people not to stay in the settlements under fire but to leave.

Earlier it was reported that 18 settlements in the Kharkiv region came under enemy fire over the past day.

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