Russian invaders on the morning of Monday, January 8, massively attacked Ukraine with missiles. They also struck the Dnepropetrovsk region.
In Novomoskovsk, during one of the “arrivals,” a blast wave overturned a minibus that was passing with passengers past the site of the rocket hit. According to the press service of the Office of the Prosecutor General, there were 25 people in the minibus, almost all of them were injured, including 5 children.
It is noted that the minibus was thrown to the side and fell on its side. Eight passengers were able to get out of it on their own. The rest were taken out by rescuers who arrived at the scene of the missile strike. Fortunately, there were no casualties. The injured were provided with medical assistance.
“8 passengers got out of the cabin on their own. In total, 20 people contacted doctors, of which 4 were children. Residential buildings were damaged,” said Interior Minister Igor Klimenko.