During the night, several Ukrainian cities were hit by Russian missiles: the attacks caused the death of two people in Kherson, in the south of the country, and the wounding of seven others in Kiev due to the collapse of some debris. The toll of the injured, however, does not stop only in the Ukrainian capital but also involves the rest of the country. “The Russian army bombed residential areas of Kherson (…) At the moment, we are aware of the death of two civilians,” Prokudin wrote on Telegram, adding that four people were transferred to hospital, one of them in serious condition , while a fifth was treated on site. Prokudin later specified that the two victims were men aged 29 and 41 who lived in an apartment building. Overnight several Ukrainian cities were targeted by Russian attacks, including the capital, where seven people were injured, according to the mayor Vitali Klitschko.
“According to detailed information provided by doctors, seven people were injured in the Darnitskyi neighborhood. Three of them are hospitalized. Four were treated on site,” Klitschko wrote on Telegram, specifying that among them there is also a nine-year-old girl. The head of the capital's military administration, Serhiï Popko, also reported on Telegram that debris from the downed Russian missiles fell in the neighborhoods of Golosiivskyi, Darnytskyi, Shevchenkivskyi and Desnyanskyi. “More than 20 enemy targets were destroyed by air defense,” Popko added in another Telegram message, saying Russia carried out the night attack using “cruise missiles.”
Seven people were also injured in the city of Cherkasy, south of Kiev, after a hotel was hit by a missile, Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said on Telegram, adding that the Rivne region (in the north-west of the country) has suffered damage. Bombings also occurred in the eastern city of Kharkiv, near the Russian border, according to what was communicated by the mayor Igor Terekhov, who reported two injured people hospitalized. The head of the regional military administration, Oleh Synyehubov, counted "six attacks (...) specifically in the Slobidskyi neighborhood" which caused significant damage to some civilian infrastructure. The Lviv region, in northwestern Ukraine, was also hit, according to what was announced by governor Maksym Kozytskyi, according to whom three missiles hit Drohobych. Kozytskyi, however, has not specified for the moment whether there are any victims or injuries.