Russian rockets hit Dnipro on Thursday, leaving four people dead and five wounded, according to the region’s governor.
MORE: The governor of the central region of Dnipropetrovsk, Valentyn Reznichenko said two children are among the dead as a result of the rocket attack.
He also added on his Telegram channel that the rocket strike damaged at least 60 private houses, a couple of multi-story buildings and a marketplace.
Pavlo, a local resident, said that his neighbor’s house got directly hit by a rocket.
“The neighbors – four people died,” Pavlo said standing near his damaged house.
Another rocket hit a marketplace, leaving a large crater and damaged kiosks and containers with goods.
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