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Morning shelling of Mykolaiv: Russians hit a warehouse

Sunday, 24 July 2022, 12:33


The Russian military’s shelling of Mykolaiv on Sunday morning [24 July - ed.] has struck a warehouse. Details of the aftermath are being confirmed.

Source: Vitaliy Kim, head of the Oblast Military (State) Administration on Telegram


Quote from Kim: "On the morning of 24 July, around 04:00, Mykolaiv again came under fire. Preliminary reports indicate that a warehouse has been hit. Detailed information about the damage and victims is currently being confirmed."

Details: Earlier, the mayor of Mykolaiv, Oleksandr Sienkevych, said that more than 5 powerful explosions had been heard in the city at dawn.

Also, according to Kim, the number of casualties from the shelling the day before has increased.


On the evening of 23 July, at around 18:00, the occupiers shelled residential areas in the Korabelnyy (Ship) district of Mykolaiv.

According to information from Pivden (South) Operational Command, four Kalibr cruise missiles were launched at the oblast centre.

As a result, an educational institution, several private and high-rise buildings, outbuildings, cars, and a garage were completely destroyed.

So far, five people are known to have been injured, among them a teenager. (Earlier, two people were reported as being injured. Prosecutors of crimes against youth reported that a 17-year-old boy received a shrapnel wound as a result of shelling in Mykolaiv on 23 July).

Fires also broke out in open areas due to ammunition and their fragments falling on the city.