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08:08 25 Aug 2022

Missile attack on Chaplyne railway station in Dnipropetrovsk region: 22 people died, 50 injured

Photo: Telegram/ "Anatoly Shtirlitz"

During a rocket attack on the Chaplyne railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region, 22 people were killed, and about 50 others were injured

President Volodymyr Zelensky announced this at the meeting of the UN Security Council.

"Rescuers are working. But, unfortunately, the number of dead may increase. This is how we live every day. This is how russia prepared for this meeting of the UN Security Council," the president emphasized.

In an evening video message, Zelensky said that the number of dead has increased to 22 people.

"Chaplyne is our pain today. As of this minute, there are 22 dead, five of them burned in the car, an 11-year-old teenager died, and a russian rocket destroyed his house.

Search and rescue operations at the railway station continue. We will make the occupiers answer for everything they have done. And we will throw the invaders out of our land," Zelensky emphasized.

We will remind you that the deputy head of the OPU, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, reported that an 11-year-old child died in the Synelnikove district due to a rocket attack on the Dnipropetrovsk region.

As reported by Rubryka, President Volodymyr Zelensky said that 15 people were killed and about 50 others were injured during a rocket attack on the Chaplyne railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region.

UPD:

Rescuers have completed search operations in the village of Chaplyne in the Dnipropetrovsk region, which was hit by russian missiles the day before.

Rubryka reports, citing the Telegram of the deputy head of the Office of the President, Kyrylo Tymoshenko.

As he noted, the number of dead has increased to 25; two are children. Tymoshenko recalled that an 11-year-old boy died under the rubble of the building. And the strike killed another 6-year-old child during a car fire near the railway station.

The deputy head of the President's Office also emphasized that 31 people were injured.

Read Rubryka's daily timeline of war: current news on Ukraine's defense against russia's aggression.

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