Police have identified the man who filmed the arrival of a Russian missile in Kryvyi Rih
Law enforcers in Kryvyi Rih have identified the person who filmed the arrival of a Russian missile at the city on July 31. Materials on him will be transferred to the Security Service of Ukraine, which will make further decisions.
This was reported in Telegram by the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Igor Klymenko. He emphasized that the footage of the incoming missile immediately appeared in one of the local blogs, from where it was spread by Russian Telegram channels in a matter of minutes.
Recall: on the morning of July 31, the city of Kryvyi Rih was struck by loud explosions. The aggressor country Russia once again launched missile strikes on the city, attacking two high-rise buildings.
The moment of one of the explosions was caught on video. As a result of a powerful shock wave in the neighboring houses blew out the windows. A local resident was filming the moment of the explosion at the window in her apartment, which, incidentally, is not advised to do during an air raid. At one moment an explosion was heard and a column of fire rose several hundred meters from the scene.
On the morning of August 1, it became known that the number of people injured as a result of the Russian missile strike on Kryvyi Rih exceeded 80, including seven children. Nineteen people remain in hospitals, all in a state of moderate severity.
Six civilians were killed, in particular a ten-year-old girl; Kryvyi Rih has declared mourning for the victims of Russian aggression.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- President Volodymyr Zelensky said that on the morning of July 31, Russian troops launched missiles at Kryvyi Rih from the territory of temporarily occupied Crimea. Preliminarily, it was the area of the city of Dzhankoi in the south of the peninsula;
- in Kryvyi Rih, Dnipropetrovsk region, search and rescue operations were completed at the sites of Russian missile strikes on a residential house and an educational institution the previous morning. August 1 was declared a Day of Mourning in the city. Residents bring fresh flowers to the destroyed apartment building to honor the memory of their fallen compatriots.