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Kryvyi Rih mourns as Russian strike claims 5th life, 49 injured

Another victim found in rubble, Kryvyi Rih missile strike death toll rises to 5.
Kryvyi Rih mourns as Russian strike claims 5th life, 49 injured
Residential building in Kryvyi Rih hit by Russian missile. Photo: Serhiy Lysak via Telegram
Kryvyi Rih mourns as Russian strike claims 5th life, 49 injured

Rescuers have found the body of another, fifth, victim under the debris of a building in Kryvyi Rih, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, which was hit by a Russian missile.

“Unfortunately, there is already a fifth victim as a result of yesterday’s missile attack. A man. He was discovered while clearing the rubble on one of the floors,” said Oleksandr Vilkul, the mayor of Kryvyi Rih.

The rescue operation has been completed.

In Kryvyi Rih, people continue to seek medical attention after yesterday’s enemy attack. As of now, there are already 49 injured. 10 adults remain in medical facilities, half of them in serious condition. 7 children are still hospitalized, all stable,” reported Serhiy Lysak, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration.

March 14 has been declared a day of mourning in the city.

The attack, which occurred on the evening of 12 March, initially claimed three lives, with victims found beneath the wreckage. A fourth casualty, a woman, succumbed to her injuries overnight at a local hospital.

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