09:31 06 Aug 2022

Invaders launch missile attacks on Mykolaiv, 2 civilians severely injured

Фото: Новости Николаева

Russian troops launched missile attacks on Mykolaiv city, severely injuring two civilians.

"On the night of August 6, at about 03:30, the enemy launched missile attacks on the city of Mykolaiv, severely injuring two people. Residential buildings were also damaged. Detailed information on the consequences of the shelling is being clarified," the press service of the Mykolaiv Regional State Administration posted on Facebook.

As noted, on August 5, residential neighborhoods in Korabelny district of Mykolaiv city came under fire. One person was killed and 21 more were injured.

Moreover, 21 private houses and the premises of two private enterprises were damaged in the shelling.

In addition, in Mykolaiv district, the enemy attacks on the territory of the village of Novomykolaivka of Pervomaysk community were recorded.

In Bashtanka district, the village of Chervona Dolyna came under fire. The residential buildings, agricultural buildings, and roads were damaged. The attacks near Shyroke village were also recorded.

On the morning of August 6, at about 04:30, the enemy launched strikes near the villages of Poliana, Stepove, Shyroke, and Chervona Dolyna. As of now, shelling of Shyroke community continues. No casualties have been reported.

Over the past day, the attacks on Bereznehuvate community, located on the contact line, intensified.

"As of this morning, 294 citizens injured in the occupiers' attacks on Mykolaiv region are in hospitals. Another 82 people receive outpatient care," Hanna Zamazeyeva, Head of the Mykolaiv Regional Council, posted on Telegram.

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