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Russia launches two missile strikes on Zaporizhzhia targeting infrastructure last night – oblast administration

Aftermath of Russia’s Sep 19 missile strike in one of Zaporizhzhia Raion’s villages. Photo: Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration.

At about 1:51 EEST, the residents of the central-Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia heard explosions as an air raid alert was announced, Suspilne reported.

At 2:09, Oleksandr Starukh, Head of Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration clarified that the explosions heard in Zaporizhzhia were a Russian missile attack on the city:

“Currently, we know about eight impacts. Previously, infrastructure objects were the target again,” he wrote.

At 07:21, Starukh posted another report on Telegram:

“In the morning, the enemy launched another missile strike. According to preliminary information, one rocket hit the regional capital near the Dnipro River. Information about the victims is being clarified.

The invaders also hit the area of the regional capital. The invaders targeted one of the villages of Zaporizhzhia Raion. Currently, we know about one injured person. Relevant specialized services are already working everywhere.”

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