Filatov wrote: “Firing in the heart of the Dnieper. Let’s not leave the shelters! We are waiting for official information from the military department.”
In turn, the head of the Ukrainian Railways, Oleksandr Kamyshin, announced that the target of the attack was the railway infrastructure.
“Russian soldiers continue their targeted bombing of the railway infrastructure. Another missile attack on the railway infrastructure in the Dnieper. There were no casualties among the railway workers. The extent of the damage will be assessed when the anti-aircraft alarm is canceled,” Kamyshin wrote on Telegram.
That same evening, explosions were heard in Nikolaev, southern Ukraine. And the city’s mayor, Oleksandr Senkiewicz, resumed, “You can hear explosions in Mykolaiv. Friends, stay in shelters! Never stand by windows or post pictures or videos.”
According to Ukrainian news outlet Pravda, an anti-aircraft alert was announced on Wednesday for the second consecutive day regarding missile attacks in all regions of Ukraine, except for the occupied Crimea and the Kherson region.
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