(Seoul = Yonhap News) A CCTV video was released of the moment a cruise missile fired by the Russian military struck a shopping center in Kremenchuk, Poltava Province, Ukraine on the 27th (local time).
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky released the video on Telegram on the 28th.
The video captured the terrifying moment when a missile slammed into a shopping center at an unbelievable speed and fragments were thrown in all directions amid huge flames and roars.
A CCTV screen installed in a park near the shopping center makes the impact more vivid. The park had several CCTVs illuminating the lake.
The moment the missile hits the shopping center, the ground in the park shakes violently, as if an earthquake had occurred.
Residents sitting on the lawn enjoying the sun hurriedly ran away, while others were so startled that they even jumped into the pond.
Debris from the building continued to drip into the pond.
Ukraine claims there were 1,000 civilians in the shopping center.
As of the 28th, 18 people died, 36 people were missing, and dozens of people were injured.
Russia claimed that its missile struck an arsenal near the shopping center and that the explosion only spread fire to a shopping center that was not operating at the time.
Russia is said to have launched a cruise missile at a shopping center 330 km away by flying a Tu-22M3 long-range strategic bomber over Krsk in western Russia.
Let’s see the video.
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