After more than 63 hours of rescue operation in central Ukrainian Dnipro city, 41 people were found killed (including 4 children), 79 people were injured (including 16 children), and 39 people were rescued (including 6 children).
However, 25 people are still missing, while the rescue operation continues. The wreckage of the house destroyed by Russian missile is already dismantled on 90%, head of the Dnipro Oblast administration Valentyn Reznichenko informed .
On January 14, Russian troops hit a high-rise building in Dnipro with a rocket, destroying more than 200 flats. According to British Intelligence, Russia used an anti-ship missile which is “notoriously inaccurate when used against ground targets.”
Latest Defence Intelligence update on the situation in Ukraine – 17 January 2023
Find out more about the UK government's response: https://t.co/cJMPkLSUgH
— Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 (@DefenceHQ) January 17, 2023
Photos by Dnipro Oblast Administration
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