On June 3, the Russian occupiers launched an Iskander missile at a residential building in the suburbs of the Dnieper. 2-year-old Lisa died at the scene, 22 people were injured, including 5 children. Now the victims are inspecting their homes and talking about the day of the tragedy.

Writes about it "Suspilne" .

The mother of 2-year-old Lisa is in intensive care

Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk said that the mother of 2-year-old Lisa is now in intensive care with polytraumas. Lisa's father is a law enforcement officer. He was at work at the time of the shelling. However, when he heard about the tragedy, he ran to the site of the missile strike and helped to dismantle the rubble.

"My father was on duty, and as I was told, he personally raked the rubble and pulled out his wife and daughter. Just imagine the scale of this tragedy," Vereshchuk said.

Missile strike on the Dnieper on June 4. / Photo: Suspilne

Alyona's neighbour said she lived on the ground floor of the destroyed house.

"Little baby, good, Lizochka's name was. They don't live here that long, but I can't say anything bad, a normal family," she says.

At the time of the missile strike, a 15-year-old teenager was at a computer

Alyona said that her 15-year-old son was injured due to a missile strike. She and her husband were 2 kilometers from home on the day of the tragedy. The teenager is now in intensive care.

"Kum arrived, he heard an explosion and arrived. Near the window of the walls, this is a corner from the hall, then the bedroom and here is his (son - ed.) room. Maybe he was sitting in the computer, I think he was hardly lying on the couch, because if he was lying on the couch, he would have collapsed," she recalls.

Alyona's son is in intensive care. / Photo: Suspilne

68-year-old Valentina buried her husband and then lost her home

68-year-old Valentina lived in her apartment for almost 10 years. She said that 5 months ago she lost her husband, and now the Russians have destroyed her house. The woman says that she has no idea how she survived.

On June 4, on the ruins of her house, Valentina is looking for a cat, because she is convinced that the animal has survived.

"I am surprised how I survived, there is no apartment. I was in the kitchen and it saved me because the wall of the kitchen remained. The refrigerator fell on me once, and then I look - everything is crumbling. They took me to the hospital, left me somewhere, provided me with help," Valentyna said.

68-year-old Valentina on the site of her destroyed home. / Photo: Suspilne

The rubble has already been dismantled at the site of the impact. 85 people turned to the OVA. They reported damage to 31 apartments, 23 private houses, 10 buildings and seven cars.

Iryna Vereshchuk is convinced that the victims of the Russian strike have already been resettled and are providing them with the necessary assistance.

Missile strike on the suburbs of the Dnieper

On June 3, the Russian occupiers launched an Iskander missile at a two-story residential building. A 2-year-old child died at the scene of the tragedy, another 22 people, including 5 children were injured.

Two buildings between which an enemy missile hit were partially destroyed. 10 private houses, cars, a shop, gas pipelines were also damaged

The head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional administration Serhiy Lysak said that the 15-year-old boy was in the most serious condition. Doctors are fighting for his life.

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