Vinnytsia missile attack death toll rises to 25: bombed clinic's doctor dies from injuries
Natalia Falshtynska, a neurologist who worked at the Neuromed clinic and was a victim of a rocket attack by russian troops on July 14, died in Vinnytsia
Rubryka reports, referring to the Facebook of the head of the Vinnytsia regional administration, Serhii Borzov.
"Neurologist Natalia Falshtynska died in the hospital today.
When the missile arrived, she received patients at the Neuromed clinic, as the region's governor noted.
Three children were left without their mother, Borzov added.
Consequently, the number of people killed in the rocket attack on the center of Vinnytsia has increased to 25.
We will remind you that during the July 14 rocket attack on Vinnytsia, perhaps the most significant blow fell on the Neuromed medical center.
Its premises on the first floor of the Jubilee House of Life were destroyed, and staff and patients were there.
The administrator of the clinic, Kateryna Hula, and the manager, Tetiana Kharchenko, were killed due to a russian missile hit.
In addition, two doctors were seriously injured: pediatric neurologist Pavlo Kovalchuk and neurologist Natalia Falshtynska.
On July 14, at around 11:00 a.m., three russian missiles hit a building with office premises in the center of Vinnytsia.
The police identified 19 of the 23 people who died in a rocket attack on the center of Vinnytsia on July 14. The number of missing persons decreased from 18 to 8.
According to Serhii Borzov, the head of the Vinnytsia region, four more rockets were shot down by air defense forces over the area.
The President's Office reported that the russians carried out the attack on Vinnytsia with Kalibr missiles, which the russians fired from a submarine in the Black Sea.
All the bodies of those killed due to the occupiers' rocket attack on Vinnytsia have been identified, burials will begin on Sunday, and relatives of the dead and injured will receive monetary compensation.