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Death toll due to Russian attack on Odesa rises to 10

Rescuers found the body of an almost one-year-old baby next to a woman’s body on the morning of 3 March, a day after the Russian attack.
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Ukrainian rescuers conduct search operations after Russian attack on Odesa on 2 March 2024. Credit: Ukraine’s National Police
Death toll due to Russian attack on Odesa rises to 10

Ukrainian rescuers found the body of an almost one-year-old baby next to a woman’s body on the morning of 3 March, Governor Oleh Kiper said.

This brings the total number of deaths to 10 due to the Russian attack on Odesa on the night of 2 March. Rescuers have continued to sift through the rubble for over a day now.

A Russian Shahed drone struck an apartment building in Odesa, destroying 18 apartments.

Among the ten people killed, there were a pregnant woman, a three-year-old, a four-month-old, and up to a one-year-old child. The attack injured eight other people.

The State Emergency Service reported earlier that 10 to 12 people could be trapped under the rubble.

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