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5 dead and more than 50 injured in Kyiv

Monday, 10 October 2022, 14:54
5 dead and more than 50 injured in Kyiv


5 people died and 51 were injured as a result of the morning rocket attack on Kyiv on October 10; the threat of new strikes continues.

Source: Vitalii Klychko, Mayor of Kyiv, on Telegram; Suspilne with reference to the comment of the spokeswoman of the State Emergency Service Svitlana Vodolaha, Kyiv City Military Administration on Telegram


Quote from Klychko: "According to the data at this time: 5 people have died from rocket attacks in Kyiv. 51 have been injured. 42 of them were hospitalised in the city's medical facilities."

Details: Klychko confirmed that the Russians had struck several facilities of Kyiv's critical infrastructure. The mayor urged not to ignore the air-raid signals and go to shelters.

Updated at 15:16: The State Emergency Service reports that 6 people died and 50 were injured. Rescuers worked in six places in the capital, both on the right and left banks.

Updated at 18:19: The Kyiv City Military Administration reported that there were two hits in the Shevchenkivskyi district, as a result of which the roadway was damaged. 6 cars caught fire and another 15 were damaged. 6 people died, 31 people were injured. Another hit on the bridge. There are no casualties.

In the Sviatoshynskyi district, a single-story building was hit, 3 people were injured.

Holosiivskyi district: 3 hits in various critical infrastructure facilities. One of them was a school, there was a partial destruction of the school without subsequent burning. 13 people from a nearby residential building were injured. 12 people were rescued, and 24 were evacuated.

In the Desnianskyi district, a critical infrastructure object was hit. Previously, 1 person was injured.

As a result of today's shelling, 6 people died, 51 were injured, 12 were rescued and 24 were evacuated.

Previously: On the morning of 10 October, explosions thundered in the centre of the capital, in particular in the Shevchenkivskyi neighbourhood. Earlier, it was reported that more than 20 people had been injured.

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