Three women and one man injured in Russian ballistic missile strike on Mykolaiv, local authorities report


Three women and one man were injured in the early afternoon Russian missile strike on the administrative center of Mykolaiv, regional governor Vitaliy Kim reported on Telegram on March 21.

According to local monitoring chats, the enemy presumably fired an Iskander-M ballistic missile, which explains the air raid alert announcement after the sound of explosion.

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The ballistic missile strike was later confirmed by the Telegram post of Mykolaiv Mayor Oleksandr Senkevych, who also urged locals not to share photos of the aftermath.

On March 17, the Russians attacked Mykolaiv with two Iskander missiles, killing one civilian, injuring nine others, and damaging to numerous private homes, apartment buildings, and an infrastructure facility.

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