At least seven injured, including two children, in Russia's overnight attack on Odesa

The aftermath of Russia's attack on Odesa on April 23, 2024
The aftermath of Russia's attack on Odesa on April 23, 2024

At least seven people were injured in the latest Russian attack on Odesa overnight on April 23, Mayor Hennadiy Trukhanov reported.

At least two children are among the injured, reported Odesa regional governor Oleh Kiper along with a photo of the aftermath of the attack.

Rescuers have managed to save at least 34 people, including three children, he added.

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<span class="copyright">Геннадій Труханов/Telegram</span>
Геннадій Труханов/Telegram

Residential buildings were the target of the Russian attack, with at least 14 apartments suffering damage, Trukhanov said.

State Emergency Service, the Municipal Guard, and other necessary services are on site to assist with rescue operations.

<span class="copyright">Геннадій Труханов/Telegram</span>
Геннадій Труханов/Telegram

"We already know about 7 injured,” the Odesa Mayor wrote on Telegram.

“No fatalities have been reported so far."

<span class="copyright">Геннадій Труханов/Telegram</span>
Геннадій Труханов/Telegram

Peresyp district administration is deploying an operational headquarters on the spot to resettle and assist the affected residents, he added.

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