Falling debris damages power pole and maternity center in Rivne Oblast, no casualties reported, says regional governor

Missile strike (illustrative photo)
Missile strike (illustrative photo)

Debris from a downed Russian air target damaged a power pole and a maternity and obstetrics center in Ukraine's western Rivne Oblast overnight, regional governor Oleksandr Koval reported on Telegram on March 31.

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Specialists are on the scene to repair the damage. Power supply has been restored.

According to Koval, the maternity center was slightly damaged.

There was no further information on damage to other buildings or structures, and no casualties or injuries were reported.

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The same night, an air alert was declared in several regions of Ukraine due to the threat of a new Russian attack. Russian missiles attacked West of the country, explosions were heard in Volyn and Lviv oblasts.

Poland scrambled fighter jets into the sky because of Russian massive missile attack on Ukraine. Ukrainian Air Force reported that air defense destroyed 18 air targets.

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In Odesa Oblast, falling debris from a downed drone caused a fire at a power plant, leaving several villages without electricity.

At least one person was killed in the third consecutive Russian strike on the same power facility in Lviv Oblast.

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