Number of injured in attack on Lviv rises to 33

Number of injured in attack on Lviv rises to 33

As a result of the missile attack on Lviv at night, at least four people were killed and 33 people were injured, 13 of them are in hospitals.

"Thirty-three residents of the city sought medical help, 13 are currently in hospitals, provided with everything necessary; some are in serious condition. At least four people were killed," Lviv mayor Andriy Sadovyi said, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

According to him, the rescuers plan to finish removing the rubble by the evening, so the number of killed may increase.

The mayor said that 35 residential buildings in Lviv were damaged as a result of the Russian attack. Schools, dormitories of the Lviv Polytechnic National University, and an office complex were also damaged.

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The city authorities will provide temporary housing to people whose homes were damaged.

As reported, around 03:00, Russian troops launched a missile attack on Lviv, hitting a critical infrastructure facility and a residential building. As a result of the attack, the 3rd and 4th floors in the two sections of the four-story house were destroyed. Seven people were saved and 64 people were evacuated.

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