Russia strikes civilian facility in Zaporizhzhia region, preliminarily with ballistic missile
On the afternoon of September 7, the Russian occupation army struck a civilian infrastructure facility in Zaporizhzhia district. A fire broke out at the site
The head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration, Yuriy Malashko, said in a telethon.
"The enemy hit one of the civilian infrastructure facilities at 10:20 a.m., most likely with a ballistic missile. The facility was destroyed. Luckily, there were no casualties," said the head of the Administration.
Instead, according to Malashko, the object has nothing to do with military infrastructure. A fire broke out at the site of the strike, and after it is extinguished, the type of missile and details about the consequences of the attack will be known.
Earlier, the head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration Yuriy Malashko reported the attack.
"The enemy hit Zaporizhzhia district. It is preliminarily known that it was a ballistic missile attack. All relevant services have already been sent to the scene," he wrote.
There is no information about the victims.
The official urged citizens to stay in shelters.
According to the General Staff, over the past day in the Zaporizhzhia direction, Russia bombarded the areas of Mala Tokmachka and Robotyne in Zaporizhzhia region. Over 15 settlements were shelled with artillery and mortar fire.