Two people injured in Russian missile and drone attack on critical infrastructure in Odesa Oblast

Ukrainian military to shoot down Russian drones
Ukrainian military to shoot down Russian drones

Two people were injured after Russian drones and missiles hit the city of Odesa and Odesa Oblast at night and in the morning on April 10, Odesa Regional Governor, Oleh Kiper, reported.

Oblast’s energy infrastructure was targeted by drones at night, he said.

Air defense shot down two Shahed drones over the Odesa Oblast.

Russian troops hit Odesa with missiles, including ballistic missiles, in the morning.

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Two employees of a transport company were injured, while critical infrastructure, transport, and logistics objects were damaged.

An energy facility, a private house, and several cars were also damaged, Kiper said.

An air raid alert was declared in the southern oblasts at night after Russia launched drones from the Black Sea.

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Air defense shot down 14 of 17 Russian drones, the Air Force reported.

The Russians also launched two Iskander-K cruise missiles and one Iskander-M ballistic missile at Ukraine from temporarily occupied Crimea.

Air defense shot down two Kh-59 guided air missiles, which were used to attack Odesa in the evening on April 9.

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