Eight people in Kharkiv injured in latest missile attack, says governor
Seven people injured in Russian missile attack on Kharkiv (Photo:REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova)
Eight people were injured in a latest missile attack unleashed by Russia on the city of Kharkiv early on Feb. 10, the head of Kharkiv Oblast Military Administration, Oleh Synegubov, said on Telegram.
"According to an update by the Regional Center for Emergency Medicine, the number of victims has increased to eight people. The injured are in hospital. Doctors provide them with all the necessary assistance," he said.
Two of the victims are in a critical condition.
The Russian military unleashed a new barrage of missile and drone attacks on a number of Ukrainian regions overnight on Feb. 10. Cruise missiles were launched from ships in the Black Sea and strategic bombers. Russians also used surface-to-air missiles.
Kharkiv was attacked with S-300 surface-to-air missiles; the enemy was targeting critical infrastructure.
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