Ukraine: 6 dead, 8 injured after Russia’s military launched missiles into Lviv

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At least six people have been killed and eight others were injured in Lviv, Ukraine, Monday morning, after Russia’s military launched several missiles into the city, officials said.

The missile attack in the Western city included at least four missiles which mostly targeted military facilities but also struck a car tire service center, regional Governor Maksym Kozystkiy said, Reuters reported.

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LVIV, UKRAINE – APRIL 18: Smoke rises after five aimed missile strikes hit Lviv, Ukraine on April 18, 2022.
(Photo by Ozge Elif Kizil / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

West Air Command confirmed the missile attack, which also reportedly damaged infrastructure along train rails. Local authorities are still attempting to extinguish the flames caused by the explosions.

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At least one child was killed in the morning attack.

Fox News’ James Levinson, Matt Finn and Jeff Paul contributed to this report.

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