At night, the enemy army struck Zaporizhzhia suburbs. An infrastructure facility was damaged.
“This night, the occupiers attacked Zaporizhzhia. An infrastructure facility was damaged in the enemy shelling,” Acting Mayor of Zaporizhzhia Anatoly Kurtiev posted on Telegram.
Currently, the situation in the city is calm, all utility services are working as usual.
The Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration says that the enemy launched a series of MLRS attacks on the regional center and its suburbs.
“Civilian buildings were destroyed: a fire broke out in a private house, neighboring houses were damaged by a blast wave,” the post reads.
Currently, the relevant services are working to eliminate the consequences of the strike.
Fortunately, there were no casualties.
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