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Explosions reported in Kyiv, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhzhia, and Khmelnytskyi. One person killed, multiple injured

At least 10 explosions were reported in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, Reuters reports.

According to Mayor of Kyiv Vitali Klitschko, one of the explosions occurred in the space between two residential buildings.

“There’s damage. Rescuers and medics are on site,” Klitschko writes in a Telegram post.

An elderly man was killed in the explosion, as of now there is information about eight injured. Among the injured, there is one person in critical condition. One of the wounded is a Japanese journalist.

Mayor of Mykolaiv Oleksandr Sienkevych has confirmed the reports of explosions in the city. According to Chief of the regional National Police Serhiy Shakhet, one car was damaged in the shelling. Head of the regional administration Vitali Kim says that the number of injured is currently at six people.

Ukraine’s broadcaster Suspilne reports, citing its correspondents, explosions in the city of Zaporizhzhia. Head of the Zaporizhzhia region administration Oleksandr Starukh writes: “The enemy has not given up on its goal, so I’m asking you to follow safety regulations.”

In the city of Khmelnytskyi, two people were injured following a drone attack, Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Kyrylo Tymoshenko reported. Later on, head of the Khmelnytskyi region administration Serhiy Hamaliy clarified that there are four wounded following the attack.

Suspilne also reports the city of Kramatorsk, Donetsk region, getting shelled. As of now, there is no information about victims or injured.

Power and water were turned off in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine due to the threat of missile strikes by Russia, Suspilne reports.

An air raid alert has been declared in all regions of the country.

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