Four people died as a result of a missile attack that the Russian army launched on Lviv on the night of July 6. This was announced by the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Igor Klymenko. According to him, nine people were injured.
Klimenko writes that the rocket hit an apartment building, destroying the third and fourth floors in two entrances. Rescuers continue to search for people who may remain under the rubble.
The head of the Lviv OVA, Maxim Kozitsky, reports that Russian forces attacked the Lviv region with Kalibr missiles. Air defense forces shot down at least seven missiles. According to Kozitsky, 34 residents of Lvov were wounded as a result of the attack. About 30 houses and more than 50 cars were damaged in the city. Rocket fragments also damaged houses in two districts of the Lviv region.