What is happening at the scene of the attack – tsn.ua

The rocket hit residential buildings in the district of Jolosiv.

March 9 in Lviv Oblast Russian rocket Targeted residential sector in Velyka Vilshanytsia village of Zolochiv regional community. Five people died.

This was announced by the head of the Lviv regional military administration, Maksim Kositsky.

“Currently, the work of demolishing the ruins is fully completed. The final death toll is five people. The rocket fell at night. Three houses were destroyed, several cars were burned, but the main thing is human lives, which cannot be returned. Other rockets that flew into the Lviv region were neutralized by air defense forces. . This time, there was no damage to the energy facilities. Currently, we are working with the head of the regional community to help people restore their homes. Unfortunately, you cannot restore human lives,” he said on the nationwide telethon “One News” broadcast.

We will remind you that on the night and morning of March 9, Russian troops launched a massive shelling attack on the territory of Ukraine with the help of missiles and drones. Explosions were heard in Kiev, Dnipro, Odessa, Kharkiv and Zhytomyr. Emergency blackout was imposed in many areas.

In general, the Russian invaders Launched 81 rockets.

President Volodymyr Zelensky He believes that the enemy is trying to break the spirit of the Ukrainian people so that Ukrainians will stop fighting against the aggressors. Zelensky emphasized that Russian missile units are only capable of hitting civilians.

“This is what they can do. But it won’t help them,” he said.

Andriy Yermak, head of the presidential office, also responded to the missile attacks. In his telegram, he explained that Russian troops were trying to leave Ukrainians without electricity. He firmly believes that Ukrainians will not break and will continue to resist.

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“We continue to confidently move towards the goal of cleaning Ukrainian land from Russian waste,” Yermak noted in the post.

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