Missile hit a child's room: details emerge about the woman killed by Russian missile in Dnipro region. Video
On October 18, during another terrorist attack by the occupiers in the Dnipro region, a shell hit the private sector in the village of Obukhivka. As a result, a 31-year-old woman was killed and the houses of local residents were destroyed.
Recently, a video with a relative of the deceased woman was posted on one of the local Telegram channels. In it, the woman said that at the time of the explosion, the deceased Kateryna was at home with her children. The occupiers' missile hit the children's room.
According to a relative, the victim was survived by two children: one girl was 13 years old, the other was 1.5. Fortunately, the children survived. The victim's husband was at work at the time of the explosion.
The girl, who was in the house with her mother, was not injured. Her father and other relatives are with her now.
The father of the deceased woman said that he was at work not far from their home at the time of the explosion. Today, Russian terrorists took his daughter from him and destroyed his house.
"The impact shattered our windows. I picked up a piece of glass and got burned. Then I saw a woman with a child walking down the street. I didn't even realize at first that it was my granddaughter," the man said.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the morning of Wednesday, October 18, Russian occupation forces struck the village of Obukhivka in the Dnipro region. The shell hit the private sector, destroying houses and claiming a life. The head of the regional military administration, Serhiy Lysak, added that the attack hit private houses in Dniprovsky district.
As a reminder, on the night of October 18, Russian occupants struck Zaporizhzhia six times, probably with S-300 missiles. The enemy shelling destroyed eight apartments in a five-story building, with people trapped under the rubble. In the morning, two people were reported dead, at least four injured and several missing.