Six people injured in Mykolaiv after Russian missiles hit city, igniting a blaze


Six people were injured after a Russian missile hit a civilian infrastructure facility in Mykolaiv, causing a fire, on May 15, Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration head, Vitaliy Kim, reported.

The injured civilians received outpatient medical care.

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The blast wave damaged windows, the roof, and the facade of a high-rise building, a store, car dealerships, and private vehicles.

Explosions were heard in Mykolaiv on May 15.

Two hits were reported in the city, with Kim earlier mentioning that five people were injured.

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