In Dnipro, the number of dead as a result of a rocket attack on a high-rise building has increased to 40, among them three children

In Dnipro, the number of dead as a result of a rocket attack on a high-rise building has increased to 40, among them three children

This was reported by the press service State Emergency Service.

“As of 21:00 on January 16, 39 people were rescued (including 6 children), 40 people died (including 3 children), 77 people were injured (including 14 children), 47 reports of missing persons were received (of which 18 were found dead, 4 people were found alive by relatives, in hospitals, 25 people are currently being searched for,” the message reads.

It is also noted that 174 victims were helped by psychologists of the State Emergency Service. Search and rescue operations and dismantling of dangerous structural elements are ongoing, more than 8,500 tons of construction debris and 41 damaged cars were removed by communal services.

At 13:00 reported about 39 rescued (including 6 children) and 40 dead, including 3 children.

“75 people were injured (including 14 children), 46 reports of missing persons were received (of which the whereabouts of 12 people have been established),” – it was noted earlier.

As of 11:00 a.m., the head of the National Police, Ihor Klymenko reported about 36 dead, including 2 children.

As of 9:10 a.m. on Monday, it was known that 35 residents of the building had died, two of whom were children.

As of 08:00, the State Emergency Service noted that 39 people were rescued (including 6 children), 75 people were injured (including 14 children), 46 reports of missing persons were received (of which the whereabouts of 11 people have been established, the fate of 35 people from becomes clear).

On January 15, at 3:32 p.m., a fire broke out in the rubble on a total area of ​​70 square meters. liquidated 14 tents have been set up for heating and feeding the victims, issuing clothes and basic necessities, as well as ensuring the work of management bodies.

And the psychologists of the State Emergency Service provided assistance to 98 victims. Search and rescue operations and dismantling of dangerous structural elements are ongoing. A total of 577 people and 103 units were involved in the works. equipment, including 155 people and 39 units from the State Emergency Service. techniques

  • On Saturday, January 14, the Russians attacked the Dnipro, as a result of which the entrance of a nine-story building was destroyed. As of the evening of January 15, it was known that at least 75 people were injured, 12 were in serious condition, 30 died, and 43 people were wanted. Previously, 72 apartments were destroyed and more than 230 apartments were damaged.
  • Specialists of the Ukrainian private OSINT company Molfar established the names of 44 Russians, whose actions, presumably, directly led to the January 14, 2023 missile attack on a high-rise building in Dnipro.
  • And the world began to react to such actions of the Russian Federation. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the Russian attack on a residential high-rise on January 14 and called it “disgusting and unacceptable.”
  • The Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, wrote that Russia deliberately attacks civilian objects of Ukraine and fires at civilians, therefore the world community must stop the aggressor country.
  • In her turn, the Prime Minister of Estonia, Kaia Kallas, called on the allies of Ukraine to provide our country with more weapons, in particular, tanks and air defense equipment. Kallas noted: “With attacks on the Dnipro and other places in Ukraine, Russia has once again proven that it is a terrorist state.”
  • And the head of diplomacy of the European Union, Josep Borrell, said that the crimes of the Russians will not go unpunished, including the rocket attack on a residential building.

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