Rescuers retrieved the bodies of three more people from the remains of a residential building in Zaporizhzhia hit by the Russian forces, Ukraine's Emergency Service in Zaporizhzhia Oblast reported on the morning of March 4.
A Russian S-300 missile hit the building in the early hours of March 2.
As of 7 a.m. on March 4, ten people are known to have been killed by the Russian attack, including a child. The emergency service reported that first responders had rescued 11 people, two cats and a dog. Twenty people were evacuated from a heavily damaged residential building.
First responders have been working on the site of the missile strike for two days, continuing to search for survivors under the rubble.