Russia launches 13 guided aerial bombs at Kherson region, damaging homes
On October 15, around 10:00 am, Russian troops attacked the Kherson region. They launched 2 guided aerial bombs at the suburbs of Kherson, and 11 more at 4 settlements within the region
The Kherson Regional State Administration reported the information.
"At about 10 am, the occupiers attacked the Kherson region from the air again. They launched 2 guided aerial bombs at the suburbs of Kherson. Another 11 guided missiles were launched at 4 settlements of Beryslav district," the statement said.
The extent of the damage is currently being established. Currently, there are reports of damage to residential buildings and infrastructure.
According to Roman Mrochko, the head of the Kherson City Military Administration, there were power and water outages in some parts of the Kherson city. Emergency crews are currently working to restore power supply.
He urged residents to stock up on water and, in case of emergency, to seek help at the designated emergency centers where generators and food and water resources are available. Later, Mrochko said that power supply was restored in Kherson.
Earlier, the head clarified that at about 09:30 am, the Russian army launched two guided aerial bombs from an SU-34 fighter-bomber.
They hit a critical infrastructure facility in Kherson.
The night before, Russian troops attacked the village of Kizomys, Kherson region, seriously injuring a 79-year-old local resident.
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