On 4 May, at the end of the working day, the Russians sent missiles to one of the railway bridges in the Dnipro, central Ukraine. The defenders of the country shot down one missile. The second missile hit a bridge in the center of the city. This bridge is considered an essential place in the Dnipro, as it can be simultaneously driven by cars and trains. At the time of the missile strike, several dozen cars were crossing the bridge. Fortunately, there were no fatalities.
Note that a few days before the attacks on railway communications in Ukraine, the Russian government called the destruction of the rail in their country — a terror.
Following such allegations, large-scale shelling began throughout Ukraine.
On May 3, Russia fired 18 missiles at Ukrainian railways. Three deadly missiles were sent to the Kirovohrad region. Only one was shot down. The other two destroyed the power at the railway station.
2 rockets hit the Dnipro region and destroyed the rails. As a result of the impact, 1 person was injured.
In Lviv, too, several explosions were heard at once. Russian occupiers almost took the lives of two people — fragments from the missile strike wounded them.
Zakarpattya was first subjected to rocket attacks. Russian missile hit the railway substation and caused damage to buildings within a radius of 500 meters.
The damage was avoided only in the Vinica region. There, too, enemy missiles flew, but they were able to shoot them down.
These statistics prove once again that Ukraine still needs foreign weapons, and Russia’s words cannot be trusted.