Russian missile destroys another residential house in Zaporizhzhia killing at least one

Russian missile destroys another residential house in Zaporizhzhia killing at least one

Aftermath of Russian missile attack on residential neighborhood in Zaporizhzhia overnight into 10 October 2022. Source

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Last night at 1:54, Oleksandr Starukh, the head of the Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration, reported another Russian attack on the central-Ukrainian regional capital of Zaporizhzhia:

“Another enemy attack! Stay in shelters! The enemy continues to terrorize the city. There are about a half score of new impacts. Consequences are being established. Take care of yourself and your loved ones. Follow the safety rules. Let’s help each other,” he wrote.

At 3:05, the Zaporizhzhia Oblast Head updated on the situation:

“The terror of the enemy continues. As a result of the missile attack on the center of Zaporizhzhia, a multi-story residential building was destroyed again. There are victims. Rescuers, medics, and all relevant services are working in the site of the tragedy. People receive the necessary help. Let’s hold on!”

Zaporizhzhia City Council Secretary Anatolii Kurtiev says that the Russian attack killed at least one as rescuers continue working at the scene:

“This night saw Russian terrorists once again take a civilian life. As of six o’clock in the morning, it’s known about one dead person. Sincere condolences to their family and friends. Five more people were injured. Among those injured is one child who has cuts from glass fragments. Search and rescue operations are ongoing. Russia is a terrorist country.”

A night before, a Russian missile night-time attack on sleeping Zaporizhzhia destroyed part of a residential high-rise killing civilians:

Russia hits central-Ukrainian Zaporizhzhia with missiles killing at least 17 civilians

The city has been under repeated Russian terrorist attacks in recent days. Starukh says,

“65 innocent lives have been claimed by [Russian] missiles in recent days: 32 civilians were killed at the checkpoint, 20 in high-rise buildings in the city center, and 13 on the [eastern] bank of the Dnipro.”

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