Russian troops shell Kherson region wounding two men
On February 7, occupying Russian army attacked the Kherson region several times, injuring two civilians
Kherson Regional State Administration press service reported.
On the morning of February 7, the Russian army attacked Tokarivka, wounding a 62-year-old man. He was hospitalized with an explosive injury.
Later, a 56-year-old man was wounded near the village of Molodizhne. He suffered an explosive injury, and wounds to his back, abdomen and arm. "He is now in the hospital. Doctors are assisting the victim," the regional military administration said.
The type of weapon used by the Russian troops is not specified.
On Tuesday, February 6, Russian forces attacked the town of Beryslav and the village of Tokarivka in the Kherson region, killing a man and injuring three others.