49 bodies identified after Russia's missile attack in Hroza
Following a missile attack by the Russian Federation on a cafe in Hroza village, Kharkiv region, 5 individuals are reported missing. The remains of 49 deceased individuals have been identified
Volodymyr Tymoshko, the head of the Kharkiv region's National Police Main Directorate, shared this information on his Facebook page.
"The process of identifying the deceased individuals in Hroza village is ongoing. So far, we've identified 49 bodies, while 5 people are still missing," he posted.
- On October 5, Russia targeted Hroza village in the Kharkiv region, resulting in the loss of 52 lives. The attack specifically targeted a café where a memorial gathering was taking place.
- In response to this incident, the United Nations dispatched a team to investigate Russia's assault on Hroza.
- By October 7, 48 of the deceased had been identified.