A resident of Kherson who was seriously wounded during Russian shelling of the city on Aug. 14, has died in hospital, the head of the press office of Kherson Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Tolokonnikov, said on Aug. 15.
The Russians shelled the liberated areas of Kherson Oblast 71 times over the past 24 hours, with up to 300 separate projectile launches being recorded, Tolokonnikov said.
“Nine people were injured as a result of Russian aggression,” Tolokonnikov said.
“Today we received sad news. The man who was injured yesterday died today in hospital.”
Russian invading forces shelled Kherson and the surrounding area early on Aug. 14, injuring four civilians and causing damage to residential and farm buildings.
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