Overnight attack on Mykolaiv: museum and educational establishment damaged

Overnight attack on Mykolaiv: museum and educational establishment damaged


Russian forces launched missiles on the city of Mykolaiv in southern Ukraine on the night of 28–29 September, hitting civilian targets.

Source: Vitalii Kim, Head of the Mykolaiv Oblast Military Administration, on Telegram; Oleksandr Sienkevych, Mayor of Mykolaiv, on Telegram

Quote from Kim: “Mykolaiv was attacked overnight, around 02:33 on 29 September. Preliminary reports indicate [the Russian used] an S-300 missile. [The missile] hit open ground, damaging civilian targets, including a museum and an educational establishment. There are no casualties.”

Details: Experts are inspecting the site of the Russian missile strike.

In addition, the town of Bereznehuvate (Bashtanka district) came under Russian fire around 02:25. A storage depot was destroyed. Private houses, shops and businesses were damaged. Information about casualties and fatalities has yet to be confirmed.

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Russian forces attacked the village of Chervonyi Yar at 18:46 on 28 September; explosions rocked the village of Lepetykha at 22:47. There are no casualties; no destruction has been reported either.

The village of Shyroke came under Russian fire between 16:00 and 17:00 on 28 September. Russian forces hit areas outside of the village itself, including a farming business, vegetable gardens, and roads. There are no casualties; no structures have been damaged or destroyed.

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