Russia attacked Odesa with two Iskander-M ballistic missiles fired from occupied Crimea - Humeniuk

Consequences of the Russian attack on Odesa
Consequences of the Russian attack on Odesa

The deadly "double-tap" attack on Odesa was carried out by two Russian Iskander-M ballistic missiles fired from temporarily occupied Crimea, the U.S.-funded Radio Liberty reported on March 15, citing Ukrainian Operational Command South spokeswoman Natalia Humeniuk.

According to latest counts, at least 16 people have been killed and 70 others injured, including first responders, in the terrorist-style attack on a three-story recreation facility. Ten houses, a gas pipeline and two fire trucks were also damaged.

The number of casualties, as well as a comprehensive list of damage and destruction, is still being determined.

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