Polish volunteers injured in Donetsk region
On Saturday, March 18, Polish citizens have been reportedly injured due to Russian shelling in Chasiv Yar, Donetsk region
Anton Herashchenko, a Ukrainian MP, reported the information on Telegram.
He noted that the shell hit a minibus used by two Polish volunteers to deliver humanitarian aid. Both were injured.
One of the victims was evacuated by the Life Saving Center to Mechnikov Hospital, Dnipro city.
During March 17, the Russian army fired 50 times at Kherson region, launching 237 shells. Two people were injured, houses were damaged.
Later it was reported that during the attack on the night of March 18, the Russian occupying forces sent a total of 16 Shahed-136/131 attack drones to Ukraine – 11 of them were shot down by Ukrainian air defense.
On the evening of March 17, Russian troops launched barrage munitions at the Kyiv region, but Ukrainian air defense destroyed all air targets.
Three drones were shot down in the Dnipropetrovsk region, but 2 more hit a critical infrastructure facility.
On the night of March 18, Russian troops attacked Zaporizhzhia with S-300 missiles, damaging a residential complex, no one was injured.
On the night of March 18, the Russian army launched a missile attack on the village of New York, Donetsk region, damaging houses.