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Internal Ministry sum up repelled Russian attack: two fires in Kyiv Oblast

Wednesday, 6 September 2023, 09:27
Internal Ministry sum up repelled Russian attack: two fires in Kyiv Oblast

A combined air attack of the Russian Federation on 6 September has led to fires in the Fastiv and Bucha districts of Kyiv Oblast due to the fall of fragments of Russian missiles.

Source: Internal Minister Ihor Klymenko, as quoted by the press service of the ministry; Ruslan Kravchenko, Head of Kyiv Oblast Military Administration, on Telegram

Quote: "Another restless night for Ukrainians. The enemy carried out a combined attack on Odesa and Kyiv oblasts.


Rescue workers arrived at the scenes of the bombardments in the Izmail district of Odesa Oblast.

Unfortunately, there is one fatality – an employee of one of the companies.

In Kyiv Oblast, falling missile fragments led to fires in the Fastiv and Bucha districts.


Units from the State Emergency Service promptly extinguished the fire. There are no casualties."

Details: Kravchenko specified that the falling wreckage caused grass fires in a number of settlements, which have been put out.

Some wreckage was observed falling near a railway line, although railway traffic will not be stopped as there is no threat.

A fire occurred near a commercial establishment in one hromada [an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories – ed.]. A truck and an excavator were utterly destroyed, and the premises of a retail outlet were partially damaged. The fire has been put out.

The falling wreckage damaged the facades of buildings, private vehicles and windows in a multi-storey building, a medical facility and a police station in one of the hromadas.

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