July 6 () –
At least four people have been injured, one seriously, in an attack by Russian forces in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, near the border with Poland.
The mayor of Lviv, Andrei Sadovi, has indicated that this is a preliminary assessment, since the Russian missiles have hit a residential building. Emergency services are pulling people out of the rubble and have taken one person in critical condition to a hospital.
The head of the Lviv Regional Military Administration, Maksim Kozitski, has indicated that after the attack there was a fire that has been quickly extinguished. “Firefighters, doctors and emergency services work on the scene. People receive all the necessary help,” he said via Telegram.
As a consequence of the attacks and during a large-scale air alert, power outages have begun in Lviv, recording interruptions in the supply of electricity and mobile communications.