At least 23 people have been killed and 28 injured in a Russian missile attack on a convoy of civilian vehicles on the outskirts of the southern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhia. The news agency Reuters reported the information with reference to the regional governor.
A Reuters witness confirmed seeing bodies lying on the ground in the city’s sprawling Orekhovo car market. He also said that the impact of the missile caused a hole in the ground next to the vehicle line.
“So far, 23 people have been killed and 28 injured,” Zaporizhia regional governor Oleksandr Staruk wrote on the Telegram messaging app. They are all civilians.
Police and emergency personnel rushed to the scene of the missile attack for rescue operations.
A woman named Natalia said she and her husband were visiting their children in Zaporizhia.