Russia dropps 13 bombs in Kherson region
Since the evening of October 24, Russian invaders have dropped 13 guided aerial bombs on the territory of Kherson region. In the morning, a local resident died in Beryslav as a result of the attack
The head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Prokudin, reported.
According to him, at about 7:20 a.m., Russia dropped a guided bomb on a residential area of Beryslav.
The invaders hit a house. A 42-year-old man sustained fatal wounds from the attack.
Also the day before, the head of the military administration said that that night the Russian militants struck with various types of weapons.
"After 10 p.m., Russia dropped 13 guided bombs. A rescue operation is underway at the site of one of the hits. There are probably people under the rubble," the statement reads.
It is noted that 35 guided aerial bombs were recorded in the Kherson region during the day. The attackers also used missiles and drones.
On the night of Tuesday, October 24, the Russian army shelled Bilozerka, Kherson region. A family of four, including a child, was injured when a shell hit a private house. In the morning, the invaders also attacked the village of Kozatske, where two women were wounded.