Five URCS crews working to eliminate consequences of night drone attacks on Odesa
Five crews of volunteers from the rapid response unit of Odesa Regional Organization of the Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS) worked in places where debris from downed Russian kamikaze drones hit in Odesa.
"On the night of January 25, Odesa experienced two waves of kamikaze drone attacks ... five volunteer crews of the Ukrainian Red Cross rapid response unit in Odesa region were working at the emergency site, where they provided first aid to the victims," the URCS reported on Facebook on Thursday.
URCS noted that as a result of enemy attacks by kamikaze drones on Odesa, six people were injured, a fire broke out in a warehouse of a furniture factory, residential buildings were damaged by drone debris.
As earlier reported, as of 11:00 on Thursday in Hadzhybeysky district of Odesa, damage was recorded in two houses (29 windows in 21 apartments). In Prymorsky district of the city, an educational institution, 156 apartments (210 windows) in 13 residential buildings were damaged. About 40% of the roof was destroyed in one of the houses.