18 injured, 12 hospitalized

Four educational institutions were damaged in Russia’s missile strike on Dnipro

Photo: Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration

On April 2, Russian troops attacked Dnipro with a missile. As a result of the attack, 18 people were injured, with 12 of them hospitalized. In addition, four educational institutions, nine high-rise buildings, and 25 cars were damaged in the city.

One damaged building was a sports college. At the time of the strike, 120 people were in the building, and four were injured.

A damaged sports college after a Russian attack.
Photo: Suspilne Dnipro

World-renowned athletes Yaroslava Mahuchikh, Mykhaylo Kokhan, Anna Ryzhikova, and Denys Kesil graduated from this educational institution in the past. They will represent the country at the Olympic Games this year.

According to the Dnipro Regional Police, as of April 3, 2024, law enforcement officers have recorded 56 complaints from city residents about damaged property.

Utility services continue to work at the site of the strikes. Police are collecting material evidence and taking statements from the victims to start a pre-trial investigation under Article 438(1) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (violation of the laws and customs of war).

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