After a Russian attack on the night of 24-25 October, 1,760 civilian targets, in particular 282 apartment buildings, were damaged in Khmelnitskyi Oblast.
Quote: "1,760 civilian targets were damaged in Khmelnitsky as a result of a Russian missile strike last night. In particular, we are talking about 282 apartment buildings, 1,404 private homes and 74 social infrastructure facilities. These included 41 educational facilities, 6 healthcare facilities, 14 cultural institutions and 2 churches."
Details: According to Sydor, these are still early estimations.
The mayor told Radio Liberty that 20 injured people are still in hospital.
According to Sydor, of the 20 people still in hospital, two are in serious condition in intensive care. He said that the blast wave from the downed UAV "had a huge radius" and damaged half of the city: out of about 500 apartment buildings, 300 sustained some damage. In addition, "almost all schools and all kindergartens, without exception, [were affected]. The hospital suffered huge damage, too".
- On the night of 24-25 October, an explosion damaged windows in the administrative and laboratory buildings of the Khmelnytskyi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) as a result of a night-time strike by Russian troops on the territory near the plant.
- In his address on 25 October, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy confirmed that the Russian drones flying over Ukraine on the night of 24-25 October targeted the Khmelnytskyi Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), where damage assessment is ongoing.