72 apartments destroyed, 236 damaged, and 25 cars smashed in attack on high-rise building in Dnipro
Due to a Russian missile attack on Dnipro, 236 apartments in the building cannot be restored, and 25 cars also have been destroyed
Prosecutor General of Ukraine Andriy Kostin, Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Kyrylo Tymoshenko, and Dnipro Mayor Borys Filatov shared the information during a joint briefing in Dnipro.
Earlier, Suspilne reported, citing Dnipro Mayor Borys Filatov, that restoration of 236 apartments in the building is impossible.
According to him, the city hall helps the victims with temporary housing and prepares financial aid payments. The payment amount has not yet been announced.
"We are currently settling people in dormitories, but they will need permanent housing. So further assistance from the state will be necessary. According to approximate estimates, 236 apartments are not subject to restoration. We will provide financial assistance from the city council and the mayor," Filatov said.
Emergency crews are finishing dismantling the rubble and the overhanging slabs on the site of the destroyed part of the high-rise building.
- On Saturday, January 14, Russia struck Dnipro, destroying a part of a nine-story building. As of the evening of January 15, at least 75 people were injured, 12 were in serious condition, 40 died, and 43 people were missing. According to preliminary information, 72 apartments were destroyed and more than 230 apartments were damaged.
- On January 16, the Security Service reportedly established the identities of Russian soldiers involved in the missile attack on a residential building in Dnipro on January 14, 2023.