Four people were killed in Dnipro during a Russian missile strike on a medical facility and a veterinary clinic: new details
The number of victims of a Russian missile strike on a medical facility in Dnipro has increased. As of the morning of May 28, it had been possible to identify the bodies of three more people.
In total, there were four victims of Russian terrorists. The head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration Sergei Lysak reported this on Telegram .
The fate of three people after the missile attack on the medical facility and the veterinary clinic was unknown. The people were considered missing. Some time later it turned out that they were dead.
That was the conclusion reached after examination of body fragments found by rescue workers at the site of the tragedy. A total of four people were killed in the attack. Dozens of other people received injuries of varying degrees of severity.
"In total, the attack killed four people... Sincere condolences to the relatives. No forgiveness to the aggressor for his terrible crimes. The perpetrators will be held accountable," the head of the regional military administration wrote.
As a reminder, on May 26, Russian occupants attacked Dnipro for the second time in a 24-hour period:
Earlier, the Air Force of the AFU said that the Russian Federation probably hit the hospital in Dnipro with a guided anti-aircraft missile of the S-300 or S-400 type. The Russians often attack frontline areas with this type of weaponry.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, the UN condemned the rocket attack on Dnipro, but did not name Russia as the culprit . The organization's statement did not say who exactly struck the hospital. It only stated that there were dead and wounded.