Russia fires S-300 missiles at residential complex in Zaporizhzhia at night: no injuries reported
On the night of March 18, Russian troops struck Zaporizhzhia with S-300 missiles, damaging a residential complex. 240 windows were smashed and a restaurant was destroyed. No one was injured
On the morning of March 18, the secretary of Zaporizhzhia City Council, Anatoliy Kurtev, reported on the consequences of the attack:
"Russian forces almost completely destroyed a wonderful restaurant located near the complex, and the blast wave has smashed 240 windows and 7 doors in 9 buildings. The approximate area of damaged glass is 650 square meters. The roofs of four buildings were partially damaged."
The Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration reported the attack on Telegram.
"Russian forces have once again attacked a peaceful city. S-300 missiles were aimed at the territory of one of the residential complexes. The shells hit one of the facilities of the complex. The blast wave and debris damaged nearby residential apartment buildings: facades, windows, roofs," the local officials stated.
According to the secretary of Zaporizhzhia City Council Anatoliy Kurtev, the Russian missile destroyed a catering facility, and no people were injured. All relevant services are working at the site.
As reported earlier, during the attack on the night of March 18, Russian forces launched a total of 16 Shahed-136/131 attack drones at Ukraine, 11 of which were shot down by Ukrainian air defense.
On the evening of March 17, the enemy launched barrage munitions in Kyiv region, but Ukrainian air defense responded and destroyed all air targets.
It was noted that 3 drones were shot down in Dnipropetrovs'k region, but 2 more hit a critical infrastructure facility.