Casualties reported as Russia shells several Ukrainian regions in past day
Consequences of shelling in the Kharkiv Oblast (Photo:Oleh Synegubov/Telegram)
Invading Russian forces continued their attacks on Ukrainian settlements on April 11, with casualties reported in Donetsk and Kherson oblasts.
In particular, the invaders carried out 35 strikes on the territory of Kherson Oblast over the past day, firing 170 projectiles from heavy artillery and aircraft.
The Russians also shelled the city of Kherson five times, hitting residential quarters, a church, a power line, the territory of the local seaport, as well as facilities in the villages of Dniprovske and Beryslav. One person was killed as a result of enemy shelling.
“In addition, 109 people were evacuated from the liberated territory of the region,” Kherson Governor Oleksandr Prokudin reported on Telegram.
The enemy also struck the town of Ochakiv in Mykolayiv Oblast on April 11.
“As a result, residential buildings were destroyed and damaged,” the region’s governor, Vitaliy Kim, reported on Telegram.
“Cars, Internet, gas and electricity networks were also damaged. There were no casualties.”
At the same time, according to Kim, the situation was calm in Mykolayiv, Pervomaisk, Voznesensk, and Bashtanka districts.
Meanwhile, Donetsk Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko reported on Telegram that the Russian invaders killed a local resident in the town of Vuhledar on April 11. In addition, eight people were injured in the region.
Kharkiv Oblast also suffered from enemy shelling in the past day. At least four residential buildings and a road were damaged in the town of Vovchansk of the Chuhuiv district.
Also, a fire broke out on an area of 10 hectares in an open area in a field in the Izyum district due to the fall of a Russian drone.
“A 62-year-old woman was injured after the enemy shelled the village of Kindrashivka in the Kupyansk district with multiple launch rocket systems,” Kharkiv Governor Oleh Synegubov reported on Telegram.
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