Russians target western Ukrainian Ternopil Oblast, causing damage to one home


Fragments of Russian munitions fell onto the grounds of a house  in Ternopil Oblast during a mass Russian missile strike against Ukraine, Ternopil's regional military administration reported on Telegram on March 22.

No one was injured in the attack. According to preliminary information, the property was not damaged.

Explosive experts and law enforcement officers are working at the scene, analyzing material evidence of Russian crimes.

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The blast wave also damaged the windows and doors of another private residential building. There were no casualties. Relevant services are working on the spot.

Russia's mass attack on March 22

Russia conducted a mass missile and drone attack against Ukraine  on March 22, with a special focus on targeting energy infrastructure.

Ukrainian air defense forces destroyed 92 out of 151 targets: 55 Shahed-136/131 UAVs and 37 missiles.

In total, Russian forces launched 12 missile attacks on Zaporizhzhya, destroying seven buildings and damaging a further 35.

Police reported a "complete restriction" of traffic on the Dnipro Hydroelectric Power Plant dam. The advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, Petro Andriushchenko, said that the Russians had struck the dam directly.

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In addition, critical infrastructure facilities were hit in Kryvyi Rih. Rolling blackouts have been introduced in the city to compensate for the lack of power.

Energy company DTEK announced the introduction of emergency blackouts in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.

Kharkiv has been nearly completely without power after the Russian military carried out more than 15 attacks on its power facilities.

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