Four Russian missiles hit a railcar repair plant in Kyiv, there was no military equipment there
Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klychko informed that one person was taken to the hospital after multiple explosions hit the capital on Sunday morning of June 5, 2022.
“As for the explosions in the capital’s Darnytskyi and Dniprovskyi districts this morning, there are currently no casualties from missile strikes on infrastructure. One victim was hospitalized,” Klychko said on Telegram. He said the city services are still operating in the affected areas.
Four Russian missiles hit the Darnytsia Railcar Repair Plant (DVRZ) in the left-bank part of Kyiv this morning, Oleksandr Kamyshin, CEO of Ukraine’s state rail operator Ukrainian Railways (Ukrzaliznytsia), said.
“We did not make any public statements about the shelling because in this case the traffic of passenger trains was not delayed. But the Russian Defense Ministry did not remain silent. They once again lied, claiming that the target of the strike was ‘T-72 tanks and other armored vehicles delivered by Eastern European countries, which were placed in the buildings of the railcar repair plant’,” Kamyshin said.
“I officially state that there is no military equipment on the territory of the DVRZ. This plant repaired gondola cars and grain hopper cars, which we use to export products,” he said.
He also invited all Ukrainian and foreign journalists to visit the plant today.