Five dead, 25 wounded in Russian attack in central Ukraine: Regional governor

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Russian missiles hit hangars at a flight school in the central Ukrainian city of Kropyvnytskyi on Thursday, killing five people and wounding 25, the regional governor said.

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Andriy Raikovych, governor of the Kirovohrad region, told a news briefing that two missiles had struck hangars at the National Aviation University Flight Academy around 12:20 p.m. (0920 GMT).

“There are victims, dead and wounded. Twenty-five have already been taken to medical institutions - they were wounded. Five were killed, one of them from the military,” he said.

“There are material losses - two civilian aircraft and one AN-26 aircraft.”

Reuters could not immediately verify the report. Russia, which invaded Ukraine on February 24, did not immediately comment on the report.

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