10:12 18.04.2022

Part of missiles fired by Russian troops at Lviv fell near railway facilities – Ukrzaliznytsia

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Part of missiles fired by Russian troops at Lviv fell near railway facilities – Ukrzaliznytsia

Part of the missiles fired by Russian troops during the shelling of Lviv on Monday morning hit near railway facilities, the Ukrzaliznytsia press service has said.

"There are no injured passengers and railway employees. Both the station team and the teams of train crews worked well. Train traffic in Lviv has been resumed, there will be minor train delays," the company said on the Telegram channel.

It is noted that the railway continues to operate on schedule.

As reported, on the morning of April 18, the occupiers launched a series of missile attacks on Lviv. Mayor Andriy Sadovy reported about five missile hits in the city, while Head of Lviv regional military administration Maksym Kozytsky about four missiles.

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