55 people injured: the results of the enemy shelling in Kremenchuk
As a result of a Russian missile strike on Kremenchuk on September 22, the number of injured increased to 55 people. Among them are six children.
This was reported by the mayor of Kremenchuk Vitaliy Maletsky. 19 people are currently undergoing inpatient treatment in city hospitals, including one child.
Doctors assess the condition of most of the victims as satisfactory. Mr. Maletsky noted that the Kremenchuk City Council will provide financial assistance to all the victims. For example, people who were hospitalized will receive 25 thousand hryvnias each. Those who suffered minor injuries and are receiving outpatient treatment will be paid UAH 10,000 each.
The mayor once again emphasized that residents should not ignore the air raid alert and go to shelters.
"Most of the victims are feeling well, the first shock has passed and their mood has improved: now everyone is trying to analyze what happened to them at that moment. The main conclusion is that air raid warnings cannot be ignored, you must immediately leave the street and go to a shelter. One's life really depends on it," Maletsky wrote.
We remind you that on Friday evening, September 22, Russian terrorists struck again at Kremenchuk in Poltava region. They hit a civilian infrastructure facility. One person was killed and dozens of people were injured in the attack.
Earlier it was reported that on the anniversary of the attack on the Amstor shopping center in Kremenchuk, Poltava region, when 22 people were killed, the Russian army again attacked the region with missiles. The Poltava Regional Military Administration reported that a missile had hit a dacha cooperative, and there were no casualties.