The number of people who died as a result of the Russian missile attack on the Chaplyne railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region on August 24 has increased to 25.
"Rocket attack on Chaplyne station. As of this morning, 25 dead, including 2 children and 3 railway workers. 31 injured, including 2 children and 4 railway workers," Oleksandr Kamyshin, chairman of the board of JSC "Ukrzaliznytsia" reported on August 25.
The deputy head of the Office of the President Kyrylo Tymoshenko clarified that 25 people died at the railway station and in the residential sector.
Currently, search and rescue operations completed.
On August 24, the President of Ukraine informed the members of the UN Security Council that as a result of a Russian missile attack on the Chaplyne railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region, four passenger railcars caught fire, which resulted death of at least 15 people.