In the Dnipropetrovsk region, a fire was extinguished from an enemy missile attack on an oil depot

Rescuers put out a fire at an oil depot in the Novomoskovsky district of the Dnipropetrovsk region, which occurred on June 18 as a result of a missile attack by Russian troops.

About this in Telegram wrote the head of the Dnepropetrovsk OVA Valentin Reznichenko, Ukrinform reports.

“Rescuers put out a fire at an oil depot in the Novomoskovsky district, which occurred due to enemy missile strikes. They tamed the flame for more than 108 hours,” the head of the region said in a comment.

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As reported, on June 18, the aggressor fired three rockets at an oil depot in the Novomoskovsky district. Tanks with oil and fuel exploded and caught fire. As a result of the attack, three rescuers were killed, 14 were burned and injured. 8 of them are in the hospital.

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