Vinnytsia is located in the center of Ukraine, housing about 350,000 inhabitants who, until today, have maintained a relative calm in the context of the Russian invasion of Ukrainian territory. On March 6, its airport was bombed, thus cutting off one of the air arteries of communication in the country and its inhabitants learned to live with the constant threat of a bombing without it taking place... until today.
Long-range missiles were placed in a government office, destroying one hundred percent of its interior, as well as a neighboring apartment complex where 21 casualties have been recorded, all civilians.
Until now, firefighters continue to work at the scene, as well as the Ukrainian defense and civil authorities.
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Héctor AD Quintanar