Russian attack on Ukraine's Poltava region injures 22, causes power cuts

Russian attack on Ukraine's Poltava region injures 22, causes power cuts
Russian attack on Ukraine's Poltava region injures 22, causes power cuts

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Firefighters work at a site of a Russian drone strike, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Poltava region, Ukraine in this handout image released on June 5, 2024. ― Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Poltava region/Handout via Reuters

KYIV, June 18 ― A Russian missile attack on Ukraine's east-central Poltava region yesterday injured 22 people, including three children, and damaged dwellings and power lines, knocking out electricity for more than 55,000 consumers, the regional governor said.

Ukraine's general prosecutor's office, in a post on Telegram, said the attack was carried out with an X-59 cruise missile.

Poltava Governor Filip Pronin posted footage of himself at the scene of the attack, with smoke rising from damaged garages, while emergency services battled fires.

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Pronin said that owing to damage to power lines, some 53,000 private and 2,400 industrial consumers faced electricity cuts. ― Reuters

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