Russian army attacks Kherson region, injuring 6 civilians
On the afternoon of February 2, the Russian army shelled Kherson, Beryslav, and Inhulets, injuring six civilians and damaging high-rise buildings
Kherson was attacked by Russian troops from the air. A 73-year-old woman who was in her yard was wounded. She was hospitalized with a concussion and shrapnel wound. A 17-year-old boy and a 62-year-old woman were also injured. The injured woman suffered from contusion, blast and craniocerebral trauma.
"As a result of the airstrike, multi-storey and private buildings in the city center were damaged," Mrochko wrote.
The Russian army also dropped explosives from a drone on a resident of Beryslav. The 46-year-old man suffered an explosive injury, a leg wound and a broken arm. He is in hospital.
In addition, the invading forces attacked the village of Inhulets twice. A 59-year-old woman was injured. She was diagnosed with explosive trauma, head and leg injuries. An ambulance crew provided medical assistance to the victim on the spot.
"Later, Russia shelled the settlement again. A 37-year-old man was wounded. He was taken to hospital with an explosive injury and shrapnel wounds to his leg," the press service said.
- On February 1, Russia attacked Beryslav and the district with drones, damaging an ambulance and injuring a woman.