At night, the body of a two-year-old girl was recovered from the rubble of a house in the Pidhorodne community, which was hit by Russian shelling. The number of victims has risen to 22, including five children, the head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration, Serhiy Lysak, has said on Telegram.
Two two-storey buildings, between which a Russian missile hit, were partially destroyed. Ten private houses, a car, a shop, and gas pipelines were also damaged.
"At night, the ruscists did not leave Dnipropetrovsk Region alone. Defenders from the Air Command East shot down two cruise missiles and one drone, probably a Shahed, over the region," Lysak added.
He also said that the occupiers had shelled Nikopol with artillery. As a result, two cars caught fire, which has already been extinguished. Three high-rise buildings, a restaurant and power lines were damaged. There were no casualties.