Russia strike Dnipropetrovsk region, injuring person and demaging energy infrastructure
On the morning of August 22, Kryvyi Rih was attacked with missiles. A man was injured, 20 buildings and energy infrastructure were damaged
At 07:30, Serhiy Lysak, who leads the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration reported about this.
Preliminarily, one person was injured, but the man got help and will be taken care of without staying in the hospital.
Moreover, about 20 houses and the power line were damaged.
Oleksandr Vilkul, who leads the Kryvyi Rih defense council, added in his message that the injured person, born in 1953, chose not to go to the hospital. He had cuts on his face, and he received help.
"Some hospitals were using generators. They have restored the electricity already. The water system is also on generators, and we are restarting the electricity now. Currently, some streets and electric transportation lines do not have power. All the services are active. They are giving out materials like tarpaulin, film, and they're accepting requests for financial help from the city's budget," the statement informs.
Also, the Russian army used a drone to attack the Synelnykove district during the night.
"They aimed at a private business, causing a fire. The firefighters quickly managed to stop the fire. Thankfully, no one got hurt," Serhiy Lysak’s mentioned.
Lysak also mentioned that another attack happened in the morning. The power lines and other important structures got damaged. They are still gathering information about it.
On Saturday morning, August 12, the Russian army attacked the city of Kryvyi Rih in the Dnipropetrovsk region with two ballistic missiles. No one was injured.