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Children among those injured in Russian strike on Chernihiv: new details and video of rubble removal

Consequences of the Russian attack

On Wednesday, April 17, Russian occupation forces launched a vile attack on Chernihiv. As a result of another terrorist act, many people, including children, were killed and injured.

But the number of casualties may still increase as the process of clearing the rubble continues. The State Emergency Service showed a video of the work.

It is noted that there are probably still people under the rubble of the partially destroyed building.

Rescuers and psychologists from the State Emergency Service are working at the scene. Search and rescue operations continue.

It is worth noting that at about 9:00 on April 17, Russian terrorists hit Chernihiv with three missiles. The attack left at least 9 dead and more than 20 wounded. Acting Mayor Oleksandr Lomako said that the attack hit a social infrastructure facility. There was a direct hit, and the damage to several floors of the extension to the social infrastructure building is visible.

Children among those injured in Russian strike on Chernihiv: new details and video of rubble removal
Children among those injured in Russian strike on Chernihiv: new details and video of rubble removal

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky reacted to Russia's vile attack on Chernihiv, which killed civilians and left many wounded. He once again called on the West to provide Ukraine with air defense systems to protect Ukrainians from the aggressor.

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

- On the night of April 17, the occupiers attacked Sumy region. The enemy opened fire on Bilopillia with multiple rocket launchers: apartment buildings and private houses, a gas pipeline and a power line were damaged.

- The occupants also fired on Nikopol in the Dnipropetrovs'k region. On the evening of April 16, the enemy sent attack drones at the city.

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