In the Belgorod-Dnistrovsk district hospital, another victim of the missile attack on Sergeevka, Odesa region, died on Friday, July 1.
This is reported by Suspilne.
For a week, the woman was in the intensive care unit on life support, but because of the injuries, doctors were not able to stabilize her condition.
The woman, whose name is Gulia Borodina, worked as a cleaner at a recreation center in Sergeyevka, where the Russian missile hit.
She was resting in one of the rooms on the night of the explosion.
So far, 22 people, including two children, have been killed and 39 injured by the missile strike in Odesa Oblast.
According to OC South, on the morning of July 8, the Russian occupiers again fired a cruise missile at the Odesa region.
"Around 10:00 a.m., an X-31 cruise missile was fired from an enemy Su-30 aircraft, from the direction of the Black Sea, at the Odesa region," the report said.
According to the military, it exploded over the sea, heading towards the coast.
"It is quite possible to change the enemy's tactics of mass shrapnel strikes in places of large crowds of people in the coastal zone. No casualties at the moment," the UC South added.
As reported, Russian occupants attacked Zmiinyi Island with two rockets on July 7. As a result, the pier on the island was significantly damaged.