Russian shelling of Beryslav district in Kherson Oblast kills three civilians, wounds five
One of the consequences of Russian shelling in the Kherson Oblast (Photo:Kherson Regional Military Administration)
Russian invasion forces shelled the village of Burhunka, Kherson Oblast, on the morning of Feb. 19, killing three people, regional governor Oleksandr Prokudin reported on Telegram.
In addition, three children were wounded.
An enemy shell hit the yard of a house in the village of Burhunka, Beryslav district. At the time of the attack, the family who own the house was inside.
According to Prokudin, three people died as a result of the attack at the scene of the tragedy: the mother, father and uncle. Four more people were wounded: a grandmother, an adult man, a 10-year-old girl and an 8-year-old boy. They were all hospitalized.
In the same village, an 8-year-old boy was wounded by the Russian strike. He is in stable condition.
On Feb. 18, Russian troops fired 55 times at the territory of Kherson Oblast, injuring two civilians.
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