23 dead as Russian missile hits car market on outskirts of Zaporizhzhya city
28 injured in missile attack hospitalized
According to Ukraine, the automobile market was targeted by three S-300 missiles.
Kyiv, At least 23 people were killed in a Russian missile attack on a car market in the southern region of Ukraine. According to a report by the Reuters news agency, many people were victims of a massive explosion caused by a Russian missile falling on a car market located on the outskirts of the city of Zaporizhzhya, in which 23 people were confirmed dead so away. The attack was so powerful that a pit several feet deep formed in the concrete road and the missile hit the car windows due to the impact of the attack.
Giving information about the incident, Zaporizhia Regional Governor Alexander Starukh said that so far 23 people have been reported dead and about 28 injured people have been hospitalized. Colonel Sergei Uzrumov, head of the Zaporizhzhya police department’s explosive ordnance disposal unit, said the car market was targeted by three S-300 missiles. He told reporters at the scene that most of those killed were in their cars or standing next to them. However, Vladimir Rogov, an official in the administration established by Russia in Zaporizhzhya, blamed Ukrainian forces for the missile strike.
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