Explosions occurred in the Bila Tserkva, Kyiv region on the evening of October 5 as Russian invaders attacked the town using Iranian kamikaze drones.
The chief of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, Oleksiy Kuleba, posted the information on Telegram.
He said that Russians used Shahed-136 kamikaze drones to launch their attacks. 6 hits and explosions altogether. There was one injury. Additionally, the infrastructure was harmed.
The cleanup from the effects of shelling is still occurring. The fire is still being put out despite the presence of all relevant services, including 57 rescuers and 15 emergency response units.
The Kyiv region’s residents are asked to heed air warning signs and safety precautions.
Residents of Bila Tserkva started to report explosions in large numbers at 2:00. The same thing happened again at 3:50.
Kuleba reported at 03:10: “We know there were a number of explosions in Bila Tserkva. Initial evidence indicates that kamikaze drones assaulted the city. As a result, infrastructural facilities experience fires. One person has been hurt. On-site emergency services are already active. We are looking into the damage and the victim information.”