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Update: At least 1 killed, 13 injured after night attack on Kyiv Oblast

by Martin Fornusek May 30, 2023 10:40 AM 3 min read
The aftermath of the May 30 drone strike on Kyiv Oblast. (Source: Kyiv Police / Official Telegram account)
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At least 13 people were injured and one woman killed by the Russian overnight drone strike against Kyiv Oblast and the capital on May 30, the Kyiv police reported on Telegram.

In Kyiv, one 33-year-old woman was killed by the strike, and nine people suffered injuries.

Four other people were wounded elsewhere in the oblast.

Furthermore, 16 civilian objects were damaged, including cars and residential buildings.

Russia launched yet another drone attack against Kyiv overnight on May 30, targeting Ukraine for the 17th time this month, the Kyiv City Military Administration said.

According to the information published by Ukraine’s Air Force, Russia launched 31 Shahed kamikaze drones over the last night.

Ukraine’s air defenses managed to destroy 29 of the total number.

Debris from a drone fell and caused a fire in a high-rise residential building in Kyiv’s Holosiivskyi District, killing at least one person and injuring three others, the administration said. The top two floors were destroyed, and there may be people under the rubble, the administration added. All emergency services are working on the site.

Debris that fell over Kyiv’s Darnytskyi District caused a fire in a house and damaged cars.

According to Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, three cars caught fire in Kyiv’s central Pecherskyi District.

Russia launches 3rd mass aerial assault against Kyiv over past 24 hours, killing at least 1, injuring 3
Russia launched yet another drone attack against Kyiv overnight on May 30, targeting Ukraine for the 17th time this month, the Kyiv City Military Administration said at around 5 a.m. local time.
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