Six injured, including a 4-week-old baby, after Russia attacks Dnipro with missiles

Aftermath of the Russian missile attack in the Dnipro
Aftermath of the Russian missile attack in the Dnipro

Six Ukrainians, including a baby, were injured by falling debris after Russia attacked Dnipro with missiles overnight on May 4, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Military Administration head, Serhiy Lysak, reported on Telegram.

The Ukrainian military shot down two missiles over the city.

Civil infrastructure was damaged, and a fire broke due to the falling debris.

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Сергій Лисак/Telegram

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Among the injured are two children — a one-month-old boy and a 17-year-old teenager. The latter is currently in the hospital in stable condition.

A 68-year-old man and three women aged 32, 36, and 56 were also injured. One is in hospital and in stable condition.

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Сергій Лисак/Telegram

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18 cars were damaged, while windows were blown out in houses, apartment buildings, and a hospital.

Emergency services are on-site to address the consequences of the attack, Lysak said.

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