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Another Russian strike on Khmelnytskyi Oblast hits nuclear plant area, injuring 16

11 apartment buildings, 9 private houses and 2 schools were damaged after Russian drones struck the city of Slavuta
Damaged fire and rescue units of the State Emergency Service in Slavuta and Netishyn, Khmelnytsky Oblast. Credit: State Emergency Service of Ukraine
Another Russian strike on Khmelnytskyi Oblast hits nuclear plant area, injuring 16

Overnight into 25 October, at 1 a.m., Russia attacked the Khmelnytskyi Oblast with Shaheds for the fourth day in a row, first deputy of Khmelnytskyi Regional Military Administration Serhiy Tiurin said.

According to Tiurin, Russian air targets hit a critical infrastructure facility in the Shepetivka district. As a result, 16 people were injured.

“In the cities of Slavuta and Netishyn, the blast wave also damaged the premises of fire rescue units and the police department building,” he added.

As Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko reported later, 11 apartment buildings and 9 private houses, two educational institutions, an administrative building, a shop and cars were destroyed in the city of Slavuta, Shepetivka district.

As recently reported by Deputy Head of Khmelnytskyi Regional Military Administration, Serhiy Tkachuk, the Russian strike took place near the nuclear power plant. Power outages in Slavuta and Netishyn due to damaged power lines.

The mayor of Slavuta, Vasyl Sydor, said that on 25 October, the community suspended the educational process in educational institutions due to the Russian attack.

In general, all of the 11 Shahed attack UAVs Russia launched across Ukraine overnight into 25 October, were shot down, the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported.

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