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Update: 3 killed following Russia's attack on Lutsk

by Olena Goncharova August 15, 2023 7:58 AM 1 min read
Russia's missile attack overnight on Aug. 15 targeted Ukraine's Lviv Oblast, damaging and destroying dozens of buildings. Photo: Maksym Kozytskyi/Telegram 
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Volyn Oblast Governor Yurii Pohuliaiko said three people were killed in Russia's attack on western Ukrainian city of Lutsk. Pohuliaiko reported earlier that at least two people were injured when a missile hit an industrial plant in the city in the morning of Aug. 15.

Lutsk is located 85 kilometers east of Ukraine's border with Poland.

Following the missile attack that targeted western Ukraine's oblasts, Lviv Mayor Andrii Sadovyi said "a few rockets were downed" but several residential buildings were hit, as well as a backyard of a local kindergarten.

There were no casualties, according to the mayor. Four people have been receiving medical treatment, according to Sadovyi.

Ukraine's Air Force reported that Russia launched 28 missiles at Ukraine overnight on Aug. 15. At least 16 Kh-101/Kh-555 missiles were downed by Ukraine's air defense.

Russia hits Dnipro, Lviv, Lutsk during night attack
Russia’s missile attack on western Ukraine’s city of Lutsk left two people injured, according to the local governor. A missile hit an industrial plant in the city, Volyn Oblast Governor Yurii Pohuliaiko reported on his official Telegram channel in the morning of Aug. 15.
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