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Russian army attacks Dnipro, wounding civilians

The falling debris caused destruction. 

Russian army attacks Dnipro, wounding civilians
As a result of the fall of the wreckage of Russian missiles, there are wounded
Photo: Serhiy Lysak via Telegram

On the morning of 4 June, the Russian army attacked Dnipro. Air defence shot down both missiles, but the falling debris caused damage and injuries.

There are children among them. A one-month-old baby is in a satisfactory condition and will be treated on an outpatient basis, while a 17-year-old boy is in hospital in moderate condition, RMA Chairman Serhiy Lysak said on Telegram.

"A 68-year-old man and three women - 32, 36 and 56 years old - were injured. One of them is hospitalised, doctors assess her condition as moderate," he said. A 37-year-old man was also wounded and is currently in hospital.

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, a total of eight Dnipro residents have been injured in the Russian attack. 

The RMA said that nearly dozen cars were damaged. Windows in private houses, multi-storey buildings and a hospital were smashed. 

In the evening, the Russian forces also attacked Nikopol. They hit the city with kamikaze drones. There were no casualties. 

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