Russia shells kindergarten in Kherson, houses in region, killing civilians
On the morning of December 4, Russia attacked a kindergarten in Kherson, injuring a person and damaging the building of the preschool. Later, the Russian forces shelled two more villages in the Kherson region, killing a man and injuring two others
This was reported by the head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Prokudin.
The Russian army targeted a kindergarten in the Shumenskyi district of Kherson from the temporarily occupied left bank at around 11:00 a.m.
The shelling damaged the walls of the building and smashed windows.
According to preliminary reports, the Russian forces wounded one person. Information about the consequences of the attack is being clarified.
Later that day, the head of the Regional Military Administration reported the shelling of two more settlements in the Kherson region.
Thus, in Antonivka, the Russian troops shelled residential buildings. A 64-year-old local resident sustained life-threatening injuries.
In addition, Russian enemy attacked the village of Inzhenerne, where men repairing wires on the street came under fire. Two of the victims, aged 61 and 51, were diagnosed with explosive trauma and contusion. They were provided with medical care on the spot, and a 46-year-old man was taken to hospital with a stomach injury.
On 3 December, Russia targeted a high-rise building and medical facilities in the centre of Kherson, killing two people and injuring eight others.