Missile Strike Causes Fire Near Railway Station in Lviv Oblast, Ukrainian Official Says

A missile strike caused a fire at an electrical substation of the Krasne railway station in Ukraine’s Lviv Oblast on Monday, April 25, according to the head of the region’s military administration.

Maxim Kozitsky said missiles flew to the western Ukraine from the southeast and said they were fired by Russian aircraft. One was shot down by Ukrainian armed forces, he said.

He added that there was no information regarding casualties and that emergency services were on scene attempting to extinguish the fire.

The head of Ukraine Railways, Alexander Kamyshin, “said”: https://t.me/zalizni_zminy/529 there were casualties after he said five railway stations in central and western Ukraine had come under fire on the morning of April 25. He did not give a specific figure.

The exact cause of the fire in Krasne has not been verified. Credit: Maxim Kozytsky via Storyful