Home destroyed, 14 damaged, and village left partially without power in Kyiv Oblast in latest Russian attack


Power lines in Kyiv Oblast were damaged during Russia's massive overnight attack on Ukraine's energy infrastructure on May 8, Kyiv Oblast Military Administration (OVA) head, Ruslan Kravchenko, reported on Telegram.

One village has been left partially without electricity.

Energy workers are already on site to try to restore power, Kravchenko said.

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A private home and a nearby utility room were destroyed by falling debris.

At least 14 homes and one car were also damaged in the attack.

The air alert lasted for almost four hours.

No direct hits to residential or critical infrastructure objects were recorded.

Falling debris was recorded in four districts of Kyiv Oblast.

Russia's mass missile attack on Ukraine on May 8

An air alert was announced nationwide overnight on May 8 during Russia's latest mass missile attack on Ukraine's energy infrastructure.

Russian attacked Kyiv with cruise missiles from different directions,  All targets were destroyed.

Two people were injured in Brovary after a fire broke out at a civil infrastructure facility.

Regional authorities reported a fire at an energy infrastructure facility in Poltava Oblast.

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