On October 26, at 23:30, Russian army attacked a fire department in Izium in Kharkiv Oblast with missile strikes, reports the Minister of Internal Affairs, Ihor Klymenko. 

“Eight firefighters got injured. Four employees [of the fire department] are in the hospital. They’re provided with medical care,” his message says. 

Also, the missile strike damaged the building itself and 13 vehicles.  

According to the Prosecutor’s Office press service, Russia hit the fire department with the Iskander missiles. Izium mayor Valeriy Marchenko also spoke about it in the ether of telemarathon “Suspilne. Sprotyv.” 

Earlier, the Ukrainian Air Force reported about one Iskander-M strike launched from the Voronezh Oblast at Kharkiv Oblast. Oleh Syniehubov, the head of the Kharkiv region military administration, assumed that that the missile might be of S-300 type. 

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