8 injured, 65 private houses were damaged

The Russians launched a missile strike on a village in the Odesa region

Village after the fire. Photo: SES

The Operational Command “South” of the Ukrainian Ground Forces reported that on the night of June 27, Russian Tu-22M strategic aircraft launched a missile strike on a border village in the Odesa region. The residential quarter of the village was damaged by shelling. 65 private homes were damaged, and 4 more houses were burned to the ground. 8 people were injured in the rocket strike, including 1 child.

The State Emergency Service involved 12 specialists and 3 units of equipment. They dismantled the destruction and extinguished fires in several residential buildings and outbuildings within ​​500 square meters (approximately). 

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