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Russian drone strike on Sumy leaves three civilians in critical condition

During another Russian attack, a drone hits a residential apartment building in Sumy
During another Russian attack, a drone hits a residential apartment building in Sumy

Three people wounded after a Russian kamikaze drone attack on a residential building in Sumy are in serious condition, the city military administration reported via Telegram on March 13.

Seven other people sustained less severe injuries.

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"Seven out of ten wounded are being treated on an outpatient basis; three are hospitalized," the message says.

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The drone strike collapsed two sections of the residential high-rise, damaging windows and balconies across the rest of the building.

The authorities have relocated two families in need of temporary housing.

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During another Russian attack overnight on March 13, a drone hit an apartment building in Sumy, northern Ukraine.

Russia attacked Kryvyi Rih and hit two residential buildings on March 12. Five people were reported dead and 44—wounded.

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