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Russian forces attack Zaporizhzhia Oblast, killing seven, including two children

As of this moment there is no information on which type of weapon Russian Armed Forces used in their attack on the town. In addition, critical infrastructure has been hit, as well as a shop and several residential buildings.
The city of Zaporizhzhia. Photo from Google maps.
The city of Zaporizhzhia. Photo from Google maps.
Russian forces attack Zaporizhzhia Oblast, killing seven, including two children

Russian Armed Forces attacked the town of Vilnyansk in the Zaporizhzhia Oblast.

As reported by Ivan Fedorov, head of Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration on Telegram.

According to Federov, seven civilians have been killed and twenty are wounded as a result of the Russian attack. Among the dead are two children.

A photo from the place of impact, from Zelenskyy's Telegram.
A photo from the location where the attack took place, from Zelenskyy’s Telegram.

As of this moment there is no information on which type of weapon Russian Armed Forces used in their attack on the town.

A photo from the place of impact, from Zelenskyy's Telegram.
A photo from the location where the attack took place, from Zelenskyy’s Telegram.

In addition, critical infrastructure has been hit, as well as a shop and several residential buildings.

A photo from the place of impact, from Zelenskyy's Telegram.
A photo from the location where the attack took place, from Zelenskyy’s Telegram.

Earlier on the same day, two explosions were heard in the city of Zaporizhzhia.

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