Shattered windows, punctured walls: the aftermath of Russian attack on Kyiv Oblast

Kamikaze drone
Kamikaze drone

Two private houses were damaged in Kyiv Oblast by falling debris during a massive overnight attack by the Russian army, Kyiv regional governor Ruslan Kravchenko reported on Facebook on March 29.

No casualties were reported.

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The attack left visible scars on the affected homes: walls were punctured, windows shattered, and roofs compromised, highlighting the attack's impact on civilian infrastructure in the region.

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The situation escalated with an air alert issued across several Ukrainian regions on March 28, in response to Russian drones penetrating the airspace. These drones, advancing westward, were linked to explosions reported in cities like Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk.

Russia launched 99 targets on March 29, including 60 attack UAVs, 3 Kinzhal hypersonic missiles, 6 Iskander cruise missiles of different types, 9 X-59 missiles, and 21 X-101/X-555 missiles, according to the Ukrainian Air Force.  Ukrainian defenses successfully intercepted 84 of these threats.

Poland's military confirmed the deployment of fighter jets to counter the Russian Kinzhal missiles aimed at Western Ukraine.

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Ukrenergo, an electricity transmission system operator, reported damage to thermal power plants and hydroelectric power plants in the central and western oblasts. Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko said that Russians attacked facilities in Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, and Cherkasy oblasts.

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