Russians shell two settlements in Kherson Oblast, three wounded, including one-year-old child
Russian troops continued to fire on the Kherson Oblast (Photo:Lisi Niesner/Reuters)
Russian troops shelled several settlements in Kherson Oblast on March 1, the Kherson Oblast Military Administration (OVA) reported on Telegram on March 1.
The report says that the Russian artillery hit the village of Chornobayivka.
A one-year-old boy was wounded by enemy fire, and has been hospitalized. The child is in a moderate condition, his ears and face were injured by shards of glass.
In the village of Zmiivka, two people, including a volunteer from Kryvyi Rih, were injured by the enemy attacks.
The volunteer came to the region to help local residents, but got caught under fire. His condition is assessed as serious. He has shrapnel wounds to the arm with a partial amputation of the forearm, complex fractures of the arm and leg.
The injured were hospitalized at the Beryslav hospital, they are being provided with the necessary assistance.
On Feb. 28, Russian troops shelled Kherson Oblast, killing four people and wounding five more.
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