Drone attack on Kyiv: debris damages four apartments in Dniprovskyi district

Drone attack on Kyiv: debris damages four apartments in Dniprovskyi district

In Kyiv, four apartments were damaged as a result of Russian drone debris falling on an apartment block in the Dniprovskyi district.

That’s according to the State Emergency Service, Ukrinform reports.

According to tentative reports, as the Russians launched their latest one-way attack drone barrage, debris from the downed UAVs fell in Kyiv’s Dniprovskyi, Solomyanskyi, Pecherskyi, and Darnytskyi districts.

Rescuers put out a fire that broke out on the roof of a nine-storey apartment block in Dniprovskyi district.

Read also: Ukrainian defenders destroy 20 Shahed drones at night

"The rescue service was notified at 01:22. The fire that engulfed 80 square meters was extinguished at 04:06. Four apartments have been damaged," the State Emergency Service noted.

According to rescuers, no fires were reported at other debris crash sites. There were no casualties overnight Saturday, the report adds.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, in the early hours of Saturday, May 20, Russia attacked Ukraine from the north, launching 18 Iranian-made Shahed-136/131 one-way attack drones, targeting Kyiv region. All enemy UAVs were downed by air defenses.

Photo: State Emergency Service of Ukraine

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