The number of victims of the bloody attack of the Russian Federation on the Dnieper continues to grow rapidly: new data announced

Anastasia Pechenyuk20:14, 14.01.23

Up to 200 people could be in the entrance, which was completely destroyed.

There are already more than 60 victims of the bloody attack on the Dnieper / photo Sergey Diveev, UNIAN
There are already more than 60 victims of the bloody attack on the Dnieper / photo Sergey Diveev, UNIAN

The number of victims of the enemy attack on the Dnieper on January 14 continues to grow.

“There are already almost 60 wounded due to the hit of a Russian missile in the Dnipro high-rise building. 12 of them are children … The rescue operation continues,” said the head of the Dnipropetrovsk OVA, Valentin Reznichenko.

As noted in the OPU, in total there are 16 entrances in the house into which the occupiers got, in which about 1,700 residents lived. In the entrance, which was completely destroyed, 100-200 people were registered, including 50 children. Rescuers are guided by these figures, who continue to clear the rubble. 

The entire nine-story building is now without electricity and gas, the windows in the apartments have been shattered. Approximately one thousand people need housing and heat. Additional Invincibility Points were deployed on the spot.

(C)UNIAN 2023

3 comments

  1. And Biden and Scholz don’t want an escalation! These murderous, filthy creatures in mafia land must be destroyed!

  2. At least 9 people died as a result of enemy shelling of a high-rise building in one of the districts of the Dnieper on Saturday, January 14.

    “Already 9 dead, among them a 15-year-old girl… And 64 wounded – 59 are hospitalized, the rest are being treated at home. The Russian missile brought grief to dozens of Dnieper families. The time of reckoning will come,” wrote the head of the Dnipropetrovsk OVA Valentin Reznichenko.

    As of 20:00, it was reported that 35 people, including 6 children, had been rescued from the rubble of the high-rise building. The search and rescue operation continues.

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