Volunteers of URCS help rescuers at site of fall of missile fragments in Kyiv
Volunteers of the Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) are helping rescuers to eliminate the consequences of a Russian missile fall in the capital.
"During a nighttime Russian attack, fragments of a missile hit a high-rise building in Solomiansky district of Kyiv… The Ukrainian Red Cross Society Rapid Response Team quickly went to the site of the aftermath… volunteers help rescuers," the URCS posted on Facebook on Saturday.
Volunteers of the URCS also set up a tent, where they provided first aid to the wounded and provide psychological assistance to the victims. You can also charge phones in the tent.
Volunteers of the Pechersky regional organization of the Ukrainian Red Cross Society are currently working at the site of the tragedy.
According to the Kyiv City State Administration, as a result of falling debris from a downed missile in Solomiansky district of Kyiv, three people died, 11 were injured, four of them were hospitalized, and seven received medical assistance.