Massive Russian air attack: Shahed drones hit infrastructure facility in Dnipropetrovsk region
In the evening of January 29, the Russians launched another massive air attack, with several groups of Shahed drones entering Ukraine from the south and east. As a result, one of the drones hit a civilian infrastructure facility in the Dnipro region
Drones attack Dnipropetrovsk region
On the morning of January 30, the head of the Dnipro Regional Military Administration, Serhiy Lysak, said that the Russian aggressors launched a UAV at Kryvyi Rih district at night.
One of the Russian Shahed drones was shot down by the defenders from the PMC Skhid (East).
However, another one hit civilian infrastructure. A fire broke out there, which rescuers have already extinguished.
Air defense works in Kyiv region
The Kyiv Regional Military Administration reported that air defense was operating in the region. As a result of the falling debris, a fire broke out on the territory of one of the enterprises, an administrative building, a hangar and three cars were damaged.
"According to preliminary data, there are no casualties or injuries among the population. All operational groups are working at the scene, recording the consequences of the night attack," the military administration added.
Truck caught fire due to falling debris in Mykolaiv region
The Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration reported that on the night of January 30, air defense forces destroyed a Russian drone in the region.
"As a result of the falling debris, a truck caught fire, and the fire was quickly extinguished. The driver suffered a head injury, his condition is currently stable," the statement said.
Shahed hits abandoned building in Cherkasy region
The head of the Cherkasy Regional Military Administration, Ihor Taburets, noted that the air raid alert in the region lasted almost three hours at night.
One of Russia's drones was shot down by Ukrainian forces, the other hit an abandoned building in Uman district.
"In both cases there were no casualties. We are grateful to our defenders for their work!" he added.