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Rubble cleared at Okhmatdyt, a total of 29 people killed in Russian 8 July attacks on Kyiv – photos

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Rubble cleared at Okhmatdyt, a total of 29 people killed in Russian 8 July attacks on Kyiv – photos

Search and rescue operations on the territory of the Okhmatdyt National Specialised Children’s Hospital in Kyiv have been completed: two people were killed and 32 injured as a result of the Russian attack on 8 July. In total, 29 people were killed in Kyiv at several scenes of the strikes.  

Source: Ihor Klymenko, Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, on Telegram

Quote from Klymenko: „As of now, 29 people, including four children, were killed in Kyiv as a result of Russian strikes on 8 July, and 117 people were injured, including 10 children.“ 

Rescue workers at Okhmatdyt in Kyiv on 8 July.
Photo: State Emergency Service of Ukraine

Details: Klymenko said that eight children from Okhmatdyt had been taken to hospital with their injuries.

Rescue workers at Okhmatdyt in Kyiv on 8 July. 
Photo: State Emergency Service of Ukraine

Background:

On 8 July, the Russians launched a missile attack on Ukraine. They hit the Okhmatdyt hospital, the private Adonis clinic and residential buildings in Kyiv.
Two adults, one of them being a doctor, were killed in the attack on Okhmatdyt.
An entire section of a building in the Shevchenkivskyi district of Kyiv was destroyed as a result of the strike. As of the afternoon of 8 July, seven people, including three children, were reported killed. Two more people were killed at an industrial facility in Shevchenkivskyi district.
The Domino business centre was damaged in the Solomianskyi district of Kyiv, killing seven people.
A four-storey building of the Adonis clinic was partially destroyed in the Dniprovskyi district of Kyiv, killing nine people.   
As of the evening of 8 July, it was reported that a total of 37 people were killed and 170 wounded as a result of the Russian strike on Ukraine on 8 July.

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