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Ukrainian enterprise ablaze after Russian drone attack, no casualties reported

A fire broke out at an enterprise in Kyiv oblast as a result of falling debris
A fire broke out at an enterprise in Kyiv oblast as a result of falling debris

Falling debris from a downed Russian kamikaze drone set fire to the territory of an enterprise in Kyiv Oblast overnight, regional governor Ruslan Kravchenko reported on Telegram on Feb. 11.

No casualties were reported. The fire was quickly extinguished.

According to Kravchenko, warehouses, a gas station, a hangar, the company’s administrative building, and cars were damaged.

Another incident involving the fall of Shahed drone wreckage was recorded in a settlement in the neighboring Zhytomyr Oblast, but no casualties were reported there either, regional governor Vitaliy Bunechko wrote on Facebook on the same day.

Forty out of 45 Russian Shahed-136/131 kamikaze drones were intercepted by the Ukrainian air defenses overnight.

Read also: One injured in Mykolaiv drone facility fire

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