Polish commanders decided to take possession of Vinnitsa sudden blow and sent here his avant-garde, led by cavalry Lyantskoryanskogo. But the Cossacks were well prepared for defense. Against the order Lyantskoryanskogo Bohun had sent a small cavalry detachment. After a short fight the Cossacks, pretended that they panicked retreat, and lured by the Polish cavalry in the ice hole into which were masked with hay. At this point, the Poles hit out of cannons and guns.
A large part of Polish cavalry, which fell in the hole, went under the ice, and after a determined counterattack forces Bohun was destroyed almost the entire squad Lyantstskoryanskogo. When I heard about the heroic defense of Vinnitsa, Bogdan Khmelnitsky sent to the aid of two regiments of Bohun. After that, the demoralized remnants of the Polish-hlyahedskih troops retreated to the Bar, and then – to Kamenetz-Podolsk. But after the war of liberation Pravvoberezhe remained part of the Bourgeois Poland, and Vinnitsa, together with all Podillya soon fell under the power of the Turkish sultan. More than two decades ruled by the Turkish oppressors here.
During this time the city was heavily damaged and almost completely devastated. When at the end of the XVII century Poland regained Podolia, it appeared that Vinnitsa degrodirovala hleboproizvodstvennyh to the position of the settlements. Only in the second half of XVIII century, it re-acquires the characteristic the city limits. Ongoing, devastating attacks of the Turkish-Tatar invaders and Polish-shlyahedskomu oppression ended in 1793, joining the right bank and left bank of Ukraine to the Russian Empire.