damaged houses and industrial facilities, there are injured

As a result of the morning missile attack on Nikolaev, enterprises, a school, multi-storey and private houses were damaged, and there were wounded.

About this in Telegram said the mayor of Nikolaev Alexander Senkevich, reports Ukrinform.

“This afternoon, the Russian invaders launched seven missiles at Nikolaev. There is information about one dead and three wounded. 5 multi-storey buildings were damaged. In them, the windows were blown out from the debris and the blast wave, the front door to the entrance was damaged,” Sienkevich wrote.

Also, according to him, there are various destructions in 8 private houses (mainly windows, entrance doors, roofing, fences, etc.).

Later, Senkevich said that the information about the deceased during today’s rocket attacks was not confirmed.

As a result shelling dry grass burned in two areas. Fire on a total area of ​​260 sq. meters extinguished by the rescuers of the State Emergency Service. Another fire broke out on the territory of a private enterprise where sunflower oil was stored.

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“Currently, we have information about two affected enterprises. There were fuel and lubricants. One school was damaged (windows were broken, the roof was damaged), 5 five-story buildings (entrance doors and windows were broken),” Senkevich said during a live broadcast on national marathon.

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Also, as a result of a rocket hitting one of the enterprises, materials caught fire and now almost the entire city is in black smoke. In fact, everything should burn out there, because it is impossible to extinguish it.

As reported, on the morning of June 22, the enemy fired seven missiles at Nikolaev.

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