One person was killed, and at least thirty were injured early Monday when powerful missile assaults from Russia hit Ukraine. The attacks hit areas along the front lines of conflict in the nation’s east, middle, and west.
A woman was killed in a missile strike outside of Kryvyi Rih, and 24 were wounded in a hit on Novomoskovsk, both in the Dnipropetrovsk area, which had the highest number of casualties.
According to Serhii Lysak, the regional governor, a missile assault destroyed over twenty residences and a commercial center in Kryvyi Rih. The second-largest city in the nation, Kharkiv, was struck by at least four missiles, according to mayor Ihor Terekhov. One person was injured. An attack on the hamlet of Zmiiv wounded two people and trapped two more beneath the debris, according to regional governor Oleh Syniehubov.
A missile attack on a residential neighborhood in Zaporizhzhia, a large city along the Dnipro River, wounded two persons, according to regional governor Yurii Malashko.
According to Governor Oleksandr Prokudin, two persons were killed, and five were injured in the Kherson area as a result of 131 artillery assaults carried out by Russian soldiers in the last 24 hours.
Following Russia’s withdrawal from Kherson to the east of the Dnieper in the fall of 2022, the city and its environs were relentlessly bombed.
No early information on injuries or damage was available after at least six explosions that rocked the central Khmelnytskyi area on Monday morning.
Russian troops attempted failed advances in many places during the previous day, according to the Ukrainian military. These areas include the Kharkiv region’s Lyman and the Donetsk and Zaporizhzhia regions.
No injuries or damage were immediately reported, but authorities of the Khmelnytskyi area indicated that at least six explosions were heard during the morning missile strike.
A man who was wounded in a missile strike on January 2nd passed away on Monday at a hospital in Kyiv, according to Mayor Vitalii Klitschko. According to Syniehubov, another guy was killed in Kharkiv on Monday after being wounded in the same incident.
The 300 evacuees are now being kept in temporary quarters in Stary Oskol, Gubkin, and the Korochansky district, which is further from the border, according to regional governor Vyacheslav Gladkov.
This was the worst assault on Russian soil since the conflict began in February 2022, and in reaction, Moscow threatened to step up its attacks on Ukraine.