Russian artillery shelling of Kherson region kills family
On the morning of February 19, Russian forces shelled the village of Burhunka in Kherson region with artillery: one shell hit a yard, killing one woman and two men, also injuring two children and two more adults
As of 1:06 p.m., eight people were injured as a result of shelling in the Kherson region.
"Seven people were injured in the house; the yard near the house was hit by an enemy projectile. Three people died - a father, a mother and an uncle. Four people were injured - a grandmother, an adult man, a 10-year-old girl and an 8-year-old boy," it was reported.
Kherson Regional Military Administration reported about the attack on Telegram.
On the morning of February 19, the invaders fired artillery at the village of Burhunka in the Kherson region.
One of the shells hit the yard, three adults and two children were in the house at the moment.
"Due to the Russian strike, a mother, a father and an uncle died on the spot. A 13-year-old boy was injured and hospitalized. Another child was miraculously unharmed," the message said.
Another child - an 8-year-old boy - was injured in the same village. His condition is stable; he is receiving medical assistance.
On February 18, Russians launched 4 air and 15 missile strikes hitting the civilian infrastructure of the Khmelnytskyi, Dnipropetrovsk, Donetsk and Kherson regions.