Russia drops guided bomb on residential area of occupied Nova Kakhovka: one killed
On September 15, the Russian army dropped a guided aerial bomb on a residential area of the temporarily occupied Nova Kakhovka. According to preliminary reports, one person was killed
The mayor of Nova Kakhovka, Volodymyr Kovalenko, told Suspilne.
According to him, local residents saw an airplane that dropped a bomb on a residential area.
"Currently, the district where the hits were made is surrounded by Russian invaders. They are going from apartment to apartment to see what the consequences are," Kovalenko said.
According to him, the damage is serious.
The Kherson regional council deputy, Serhiy Khlan, said that one person was preliminarily reported dead.
"This morning, Russia struck residential buildings in the Sokol area. Preliminary, a KAB guided bomb was launched from a Russian aircraft. Preliminary, there is a dead person," he wrote.
At the same time, the military command South said that the Russian occupiers wanted to strike at Beryslav district, but missed and hit Nova Kakhovka.
"Trying to strike again at Beryslav district, the occupiers once again demonstrated their clumsiness and launched a guided aerial bomb at the temporarily occupied Nova Kakhovka. The KAB-500 hit a residential area, damaging several apartment buildings and causing casualties among the local population," the statement reads.
On the night of September 14, Russian militants targeted Novodmytrivka in the Kherson region with artillery. This shelling led to the death of a 6-year-old child, and four others sustained injuries