Russian Missile Strikes Ukrainian Apartment Buildings in Zaporizhzhia

Footage showing the moment and aftermath of a Russian missile strike against two apartment buildings in Zaporizhzhia.


On or about March 22, 2023, the Russian military launched a missile strike against Zaporizhzhia, which made contact and detonated against two apartment buildings. The subsequent explosion hurt approximately 34 individuals, 29 of whom needed to go to the hospital for their injuries. It was later reported that one of these individuals had died due to their injuries. The Zaporizhzhia first responders reportedly rescued five individuals and a dog trapped in their apartments due to debris. The further statuses of the injured are unknown, but no additional deaths related to the incident have been reported. The actual target for the Russian missile strike is still unknown.


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Mark is a US army veteran who served as a Field Artillery Firefinder Radar operator, with 2-3 FA with the 1st Armored Div. and then as a Military Police officer as a reservist with the 302nd MP co. Mark also has experience in non-military law enforcement. He has one deployment to a conflict zone in Saudi Arabia. He is the newest member of Funker530, starting to write for the website in March 2023.

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Footage showing the moment and aftermath of a Russian missile strike against two apartment buildings in Zaporizhzhia.


On or about March 22, 2023, the Russian military launched a missile strike against Zaporizhzhia, which made contact and detonated against two apartment buildings. The subsequent explosion hurt approximately 34 individuals, 29 of whom needed to go to the hospital for their injuries. It was later reported that one of these individuals had died due to their injuries. The Zaporizhzhia first responders reportedly rescued five individuals and a dog trapped in their apartments due to debris. The further statuses of the injured are unknown, but no additional deaths related to the incident have been reported. The actual target for the Russian missile strike is still unknown.


About the Author

Author's Photo

Mark Hanson

Mark is a US army veteran who served as a Field Artillery Firefinder Radar operator, with 2-3 FA with the 1st Armored Div. and then as a Military Police officer as a reservist with the 302nd MP co. Mark also has experience in non-military law enforcement. He has one deployment to a conflict zone in Saudi Arabia. He is the newest member of Funker530, starting to write for the website in March 2023.

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