Baby born during Russian missile attack in Kyiv region's bomb shelter
During the Russian missile attack on 2 January, a baby was born in the underground shelter of the maternity ward of a hospital in Boyarka, Kyiv region
This was announced by the head of the Kyiv Regional State Administration Ruslan Kravchenko.
He noted that during the massive Russian missile attack, a boy weighing 3,500 grams was born in the underground shelter.
The air raid in Kyiv region lasted from 05:54 to 09:47 - almost four hours.
Russia's missile attack on January 2: consequences in Kyiv region
The missile attack killed two people and injured 11.
The head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration Ruslan Kravchenko announced this.
According to preliminary information, 2 people were killed in the Kyiv region. Another 11 were injured, including one child. They are being provided with the necessary medical care.
As a result of the fall of rocket fragments in the town of Vyshneve, 5 apartment buildings were damaged. People have been evacuated to the nearest warming centres and psychologists from the State Emergency Service will work with them. A mobile warming centre is also being deployed in the town.
Many private houses and more than 60 cars were damaged in some settlements of Kyiv region. The falling debris also caused a fire in an unfinished church, and damaged several businesses and warehouses. In addition, one of the regional medical institutions was damaged. Its patients are being transferred to another medical facility.
In Brovary, Bucha, Fastiv and Vyshgorod districts, there were problems with power supply in a number of settlements. Critical infrastructure facilities are gradually switching to alternative power supplies — generators.
- Russian missile attack on January 2: there are deaths and injuries in Kyiv and Kharkiv.
- On December 29, Russia launched its largest massive strike against Ukraine, including a missile attack on a maternity hospital in Dnipro.