Missile attack on the Dnieper: 15 bodies still not identified


Dnieper missile attack: 15 bodies still unidentified

On January 14, Russian invaders hit a house in Dnipro with a rocket. They killed 45 people.

Law enforcement officers as of 13:30 on January 17 could not identify the bodies of 15 people. This was announced by the head of the National Police Igor Klymenko.

“20 people remain missing, of which 4 are children. Relatives are taking custody of three children. Two children are now under the care of the state, since they have loved ones who could take care of them,” wrote Klymenko.

He added that anti-marauder groups continue to work in the police of the Dnepropetrovsk region. They guard the entrances so that there is no theft of property from abandoned apartments.

The number of victims has increased

The head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration, Valentin Reznichenko, said that the Russian missile had killed 45 people. Among them were six children. The head of the OVA noted that the search and rescue operation was completed.

Thanks to the rescuers, doctors, policemen, public utilities, volunteers… Thanks to Boris Filatov and the entire city hall of the Dnieper. I thank everyone who fought for these long 69 hours, helped the victims and continues to do so,” Reznichenko said.

  • On January 14, an enemy missile hit a house in the Dnieper and destroyed the entrance. Dozens of people found themselves under the rubble.
  • The survivors, who were on different floors of the destroyed house, were filmed with cranes. They signaled themselves with the light of flashlights.
  • The photo of the 23-year-old girl who survived was distributed online. She was among the ruins at a height. Her parents are dead. In September 2022, she lost her fiancé in the war.
  • On January 15, rescuers were still looking for people under the rubble. They managed to locate the woman. She is in intensive care with severe hypothermia.
  • Today, January 17, rescuers discovered the body of another child. The boy was 1 year old.

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