Drone attack strikes Ukraine's Lviv, one injured: official
Several waves of drones buzzed overheard starting around 0130 GMT and an AFP journalist heard numerous explosions and movements of heavy vehicles through the streets during the nightly curfew. The Ukrainian Air Force said that drones were attacking the city and air defences operating. Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi wrote on Telegram that "as a result of an attack, an industrial warehouse is burning in one of Lviv's districts".
Ukraine: warehouse holding aid supplies burns to ground after Russian attack – video
One person has been injured in an attack on a warehouse in Lviv, eastern Ukraine. According to the city's mayor, Andriy Sadovyi, the warehouse contained humanitarian aid supplies organised by a local NGO. "Food, consumer goods are on fire," he said. Ukrainian authorities said seven Russian drones were shot down by Ukraine overnight in Lviv's airspaceRussia-Ukraine war – latest news updates Continue reading...
Russian attack kills one; causes fire in west Ukrainian city of Lviv
“Russia struck three industrial warehouses in a drone strike on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv early on September 19, causing a huge fire and killing at least one person,” local officials said.
Flames rage from destroyed warehouse after Russian drone strike on Lviv
A Russian drone attack over the city of Lviv, Ukraine, early on Tuesday 19 September heavily damaged a warehouse facility and injured a 26-year-old man, according to the regional governor. Maksym Kozytsky reported that 15 out of 18 drones were intercepted. Footage from the ground shows flames raging from a warehouse, as firefighters battle to control the blaze. The state emergency service said the fire, caused by the drone attack, has reached 9,…
Russian drone attack on a city in western Ukraine sparks an inferno at a warehouse and kills 1
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Russia launched a massive drone attack on the western city of Lviv early Tuesday, burning down a warehouse said to house humanitarian supplies and killing one
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