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Russian forces damage critical infrastructure facility in Ternopil

Monday, 4 April 2022, 10:38
Russian forces damage critical infrastructure facility in Ternopil

IRYNA BALACHUK - MONDAY, 4 APRIL 2022, 10:38 AM

Russian forces have bombarded Ternopil and a critical infrastructure facility has been damaged, with no casualties.

Source: Volodymyr Trush, head of the Ternopil Regional Military Administration, at a briefing.

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According to Trush: "Yesterday, the enemy carried out a bombardment of the city of Ternopil. I would like to thank our armed forces, which anticipated this in good time and neutralised the attack. However, shrapnel hit a critical infrastructure facility. This facility is currently not in a suitable condition to be used. The State Emergency Service of Ukraine and the police are working at the scene of the incident.

Details: The head of the Regional Military Administration added that there were no injuries or casualties.

City and regional authorities have urged locals not to comment on what occurred or where the explosion took place and not to publish photos.

The region's residents are also urged not to ignore sirens and to go down into the shelters.

Background:

On the evening of 3 April, the mayor of Ternopil reported that there had been a missile attack on the region and an explosion was heard in Ternopil. A Russian missile was shot down over Slavuta in the Khmelnytsky region.

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