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Ukraine's Emergency Service posts photos of aftermath of Russian missile attack on Lutsk: 3 people killed

Tuesday, 15 August 2023, 11:59
Ukraine's Emergency Service posts photos of aftermath of Russian missile attack on Lutsk: 3 people killed

Ukraine's State Emergency Service (SES) has posted photos of the aftermath of a Russian missile attack on the city of Lutsk, Volyn Oblast, which claimed the lives of three people.

Source: SES on Telegram

Quote from SES: "Emergency rescue workers have dealt with the aftermath of a Russian attack on Volyn Oblast. A production facility in Lutsk came under enemy fire on the morning of 15 August. This caused fatal damage to the building’s structure and a fire. Emergency workers pulled out one injured person from the rubble and recovered the bodies of three other victims."


Details: Emergency rescue workers have reportedly put out the fire and dismantled the rubble of the destroyed building.


A total of 34 emergency workers and 11 appliances responded at the scene.


Ihor Polishchuk, the mayor of the city, said that UAH 200,000 (approximately US$5,396 - ed.) would be paid from the city budget to each family of the people who were killed in the morning attack. He also said that the city would cover all the costs of burying the dead and that the injured would be fully compensated for their treatment and further rehabilitation.

Earlier, Polishchuk reported that three people were injured in the attack.


  • The Russians launched a large-scale missile attack on Ukraine in the early morning of 15 August. Their missiles hit an industrial facility in Lutsk (three people were killed), residential buildings in Lviv, and an industrial facility in Dnipro (a fire broke out, and two people were injured), and explosions were also heard in Khmelnytskyi Oblast and Smila, Cherkasy Oblast.
  • The Russian invaders attacked Ukraine with 28 air- and sea-based missiles at around 04:00 on 15 August 2023, and Ukrainian defenders destroyed 16 Kh-101/Kh-555 and Kalibr cruise missiles.

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