Russia launches massive bombardment of Sumy Oblast, causing deaths and injuries

24 March, 01:13 PM
Consequences of shelling of Sumy Oblast (Photo:Sumy Oblast Military Administration/Facebook)

Consequences of shelling of Sumy Oblast (Photo:Sumy Oblast Military Administration/Facebook)

There was an extensive bombardment of the Sumy Oblast by the Russian military on March 24, as the enemy pounded five rural communities with shellfire, causing casualties, the Sumy Oblast Military Administration reported on Telegram on March 24.

The town of Bilopillya was targeted by a Russian military airstrike involving Grad rockets (80 hits) and artillery (20 hits), resulting in the destruction of several buildings, including an administrative building, a school, and a residential building, as well as damage to multiple apartment and private buildings, and to a dormitory.

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The attack caused two fatalities and injured nine people.

Furthermore, the city of Vorozhba was struck by Russian rockets, causing damage to a residential building and an outbuilding, resulting in one injury.

Also, an agricultural company in the community of Mykolaiv was hit by an air strike, causing damage to industrial facilities and agricultural machinery.

An air strike and kamikaze drone attack were carried out by the enemy in the village of Vyry in the Richky community, resulting in damage to a kindergarten and administrative building, and the complete destruction of a school.

Meanwhile, the village of Richky was bombarded by artillery, causing damage to the gymnasium building in particular. Also, the community of Novoslobidska was shelled by Russian forces, but there were no reported casualties.

On the evening and night of March 24, the Russian occupiers launched X-59 missiles in the south of the country, aerial bombs in Sumy Oblast, Shahed drones in the north, and attacked Kryvyi Rih.

Additionally, the invincibility point in Kostyantynivka was targeted by the Russian Federation using missiles, resulting in the loss of five lives.

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