According to Oleksandr Starukh, chairman of the regional administration in Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia region, a Russian missile strike on Vilniusk overnight killed at least four people.
Starukh said three missiles had hit Vilniusk and shared photographs of a wrecked residential building.
“At the moment, four victims have been discovered beneath the rubble.” “Their identities are being formed,” he explained.
Hundreds of rescuers were seen working at the area in photos supplied by Ukraine’s State Emergency Service.
According to Ukrainian sources, Russian shelling and missile assaults on civilian infrastructure in several locations in Ukraine continued overnight, including gas and electrical installations.
Air raid sirens were heard across the nation, with strikes recorded in Dnipro, in central Ukraine; Izium, in the northern Kharkiv area; and Odesa, in the south.
According to Ukrainian officials and a CNN analysis of the attacks, Russia’s soldiers launched about 100 missiles on at least a dozen cities and regions on Tuesday.
The strikes seemed to be the largest since October 10, when Russia escalated its attempt to disrupt Ukraine’s electrical, water, and gas infrastructure.