On April 28, two apartments were damaged in the city of Ukrainka near Kyiv due to the fall of debris from a downed missile.
On April 28, as a result of a rocket attack, a teenage girl who lived in one of the apartments of a high-rise building in the city of Ukrainka, Kyiv region, was injured. The child was taken to the Okhmatdyt clinic. The fire in the house was extinguished. At the same time, it became known about the damage to two apartments.
Now, Ruslan Kravchenko, the head of KOVA, wrote that the administration is taking measures to restore the high-rise building.
On his Facebook, the head of Kyiv OVA recalled:
“Certified specialists examined the damaged building during the week and developed a package of design and estimate documentation (report, drawings, defect report, estimate). The document was handed over to local self-government bodies for further work.”
Restoration works are planned to start on May 6. From the planned: dismantling and restoration of destroyed structures of the wall and lintel, dismantling and installation of windows, restoration of facades and repair of the floor.