Russia attacks civilian infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia region: 2 rescuers killed, 7 civilians wounded
On Wednesday, November 15, the Russian occupation army launched rocket attacks on the civilian infrastructure of one of the settlements in Zaporizhzhia district, killing 2 rescuers and wounding seven other people
This was reported by the Minister of Internal Affairs Ihor Klymenko.
It is noted that after the first strike, rescuers immediately arrived at the scene, but the invaders launched a second attack.
"Unfortunately, two employees of the State Emergency Service were killed as a result of Russian shelling. Our unarmed heroes are now 31 and 34 forever..." Klymenko wrote.
He also added that three other rescuers were injured.
The attack was first reported by the head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, Yuriy Malashko.
"From 9:50 a.m. to 10:18 a.m., Russian terrorist forces launched three missile attacks on the civilian infrastructure of one of the settlements in Zaporizhzhia district. The type of missiles is currently being clarified," he wrote.
As of 12:25 p.m., one man was reported dead. Two more women and five men were injured.
In addition, shrapnel and blast waves damaged houses, two cars and outbuildings located near the hit sites.
- On the night of November 15, the Russian army attacked the town of Selydove in the Donetsk region. As a result of the attack, the entrance of a 4-storey building was destroyed. A woman was killed, and there are also wounded.