Russians attack infrastructure target near Dnipro, more explosions heard

Explosions have rung out in Dnipro just minutes after the announcement of the air-raid warning, the media reports. Later it was reported that infrastructure near the city was hit.

Source: Suspilne, Ukraine's public broadcaster; Ukraine's Air Force; Serhii Lysak, head of Oblast Military Administration

Quote from Lysak: "Dnipro! [Maintain] Information silence.

All information [will follow] once the air-raid warning is cancelled."

Details: The air-raid warning was announced at 17:17, and at 17:19, the media reported the sounds of explosions.

The Air Force had warned civilians about the threat of ballistic weapons and asked Dnipro residents to take cover.

Update: Later, Lysak reported strikes in Dnipro hromada (a hromada is an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories – ed.).

The Russians attacked an infrastructure target. Early reports indicate that there are no casualties.

Over an hour after the air-raid warning was issued, explosions thundered near the city for the third time.

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