NewsMissile attack in Kyiv. Russian Missiles Intercepted

Missile attack in Kyiv. Russian Missiles Intercepted

At night in Kiev, there was an air raid alarm.
At night in Kiev, there was an air raid alarm.
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4:27 AM EST, December 11, 2023

Early Monday morning, a series of explosions resounded in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine. City officials reported that fragments of missiles fell due to the interception of enemy projectiles, causing damage to a partially constructed building. Two individuals were reportedly injured. The Ukrainian forces also confirmed the interception of eight missiles over Kyiv.

"Two casualties were reported in the Darnick district: a man and a woman. They are receiving assistance from emergency responders," announced Vitali Klitschko, the Mayor of Kyiv, on Telegram.

According to his accounts, the debris struck a partly constructed structure, igniting a fire. Fragments also landed on a lawn without causing harm to neighboring establishments.

Interception of Russian Missiles

Furthermore, the Ukrainian Air Forces announced the interception of eight Russian missiles over Kyiv from Sunday night into Monday.

"Around 10 p.m. Eastern Time on December 10, Russian invaders executed a missile strike directed at the Kyiv region," stated the Air Forces.

"In total, eight air targets were intercepted, targeting the capital along a ballistic trajectory," was declared based on preliminary conclusions.

The Ukrainian forces confirmed that the missiles originated from the Bryansk region in Russia.

Earlier, in the Ukrainian capital, the sounds of detonations were discernible.

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