Number of wounded in Kryvyi Rih increases due to Russian attack

The recent missile attack on Kryvyi Rih, which took place on 12 June, resulted in nine fatalities and injuries to 32 individuals, including five children. Thirteen of the injured were admitted to hospitals within the city; among them, five are in serious condition, with one person in an extremely critical state. The head of the Kryvyi Rih Defence Council, Oleksandr Vilkul, reported that all necessary medical assistance is being provided to the victims, and doctors are making every effort to save their lives.

In response to the tragedy, 12 utility service crews have been mobilized to address the aftermath of the missile strike. To honor those who lost their lives in the attack, a day of mourning has been declared in Kryvyi Rih on 14 June.

Russia attacked a town in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast

A Russian attack on Novomoskovsk in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast on 13 June has resulted in injuries to a three-year-old girl, according to Governor Serhii Lysak. The child sustained a blast injury, burns, and cuts and has been hospitalized in moderate condition. Additionally, a 12-year-old girl experienced shock from the attack and is recovering at home. The assault caused a fire and damaged nine residential buildings.

Novomoskovsk, with a pre-war population of over 60,000, is situated on the northern outskirts of Dnipro, the regional center of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. This region in central-eastern Ukraine frequently endures strikes by Russian missiles and drones.

This attack follows another tragic incident in the city of Kryvyi Rih on 12 June, where nine people were killed and 32 injured, including five children, as reported by Oleksandr Vilkul, the head of Kryvyi Rih's military administration.

Fewer S-300 attacks recorded in Kharkiv

The Kharkiv Oblast Military Administration has observed a decline in the number of attacks on the city of Kharkiv from Russian S-300 missile systems. Oleh Syniehubov, the head of the administration, shared this information during a national 24/7 newscast.

Syniehubov stated, "The fact that [the S-300s] are being used less is unequivocal. All Kharkiv residents feel it. The enemy used to strike with S-300s every night and day, but we now state that such attacks have become much less frequent. However, the threat remains."

Despite the reduction in frequency, the risk of attacks has not been completely eliminated, and the situation continues to be monitored closely.