Russian forces massively shell Kherson, Zaporizhzhya, Chernihiv and Sumy oblasts, causing casualties
Consequences of shelling of the Zaporizhzhya Oblast (Photo:Запорізька ОВА/Telegram)
The Russian invasion forces launched large-scale rocket and artillery strikes on Kherson, Zaporizhzhya, Chernihiv and Sumy oblasts on March 24.
In Kherson, the Russians hit a warehouse and storage facility. Two men at the facility managed to flee the facility, crossing the river in a boat, but one of them died of injuries. The other was hospitalized.
The private residential area of the city of Orikhiv in Zaporizhzhya Oblast was hit by the invaders, resulting in a fire breaking out and a local resident receiving blast injuries.
In Sumy Oblast, it is reported that the Russians used 10 aerial bombs and kamikaze drones of the Shahed type. Artillery shelling also continued at night.
In Bilopillya, 10 people were injured as a result of the Russian attack, two people died. Gas networks were also damaged.
In the city of Vorozhba, there was a shelling from an RSV — one person was injured, there is destruction. The villages of Richky and Vyry were also shelled.
As a result of the Russian attack on the town of Bilopillya, two people lost their lives and 10 others sustained injuries, while the gas networks were also damaged.
Similarly, Vorozhba was subjected to shelling from a multiple rocket launcher, leading to one person getting injured and destruction of property. Furthermore, the villages of Richky and Vyry also experienced shelling.
Chernihiv Oblast was hit by mortar shelling from the occupiers' territory, resulting in the death of a resident of Horodyshche village.
On the night of March 22, the Russian invaders carried out an attack on several regions of Ukraine using Iranian Shahed drones. Two dormitories and a lyceum were hit in Rzhyshchiv. Unfortunately, nine people were killed.
The General Staff reported that the occupiers launched a total of 21 drones over Ukraine, 16 of which were destroyed by Ukrainian defenders.
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