Death toll rises to 29 after the attack on Dnipro.
The number of deaths caused by the Russian attack on a multi-story residential building in Dnipro city increased to 29 people, 73 people were wounded.
A 27-year-old woman was rescued from the rubble in the afternoon. She is in intensive care with severe hypothermia. Doctors are fighting for her life.
In total, 39 residents of the building were rescued from the rubble. The fate of more than 40 is unknown.
The enemy missile killed 29 people; 73 are injured, 30 are in the hospital, 12 are in critical condition.
Russians attack medical facility in Kherson.
On Sunday, 15 January, Russians launched a missile attack on a medical facility in the city of Kherson, damaging the building. Luckily, there were no casualties.
Russian forces hit Kherson residential area on the morning of 15 January, injuring people.
Yaroslav Yanushevych, Head of Kherson Oblast Military Administration, has reported that the Russian military struck a residential area of Kherson on the morning of 15 January, injuring two people.
Russian forces hit Kryvyi Rih, damaging fifty houses, three schools, and an administrative building.
About 50 private houses, three schools, two kindergartens, apartment buildings and an administrative building have been damaged.
Currently, the entire critical infrastructure in the city is working, but there is a high probability of emergency power outages.
Russians shell Nikopol district – 60,000 households without water.
The Russians shelled the area three times with heavy artillery. They hit three settlements in the Nikopol district. More than 20 shells were fired at peaceful towns and villages.
The power line supplying the local water supply pumping station was damaged. More than 60,000 households have been left without water.