Russians attack Beryslav, Kherson region: 3 civilians killed, 1 injured
The Russian military launched an attack on Beryslav in the Kherson region, killing 3 people and injuring 1 more
Head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration Oleksandr Prokudin reported this.
A Russian airstrike on a housing abd exploitation office in Beryslav killed a 73-year-old man, a 70-year-old woman who were inside, as well as a 55-year-old man who was fought for by doctors but suffered a broken shoulder, chest and abdominal injuries that proved to be incompatible with life.
"A 59-year-old woman was also taken to the hospital with injuries to her back and legs," he added.
Earlier, Prokudin reported that four air bombs hit Beryslav, one of which struck a housing and exploitation office. At the time, there was one confirmed fatality and multiple reported injuries.
According to Prokudin, another air bomb later destroyed a residential building.
The Prosecutor General's Office stated that Russia targeted the Beryslav community around 10:00 a.m., using guided aerial bombs, likely from SU-34 aircraft.
The enemy's shells also hit a private house and a utility company building, resulting in the death of one individual and injuries to three civilians. There may still be people trapped under the rubble.
The shelling is ongoing, and further information about the consequences of the Russian attack is being gathered.
- A day before this incident, the Russian army had shelled a district in Kherson, and Russian invaders carried out airstrikes on populated areas in the region, including Beryslav and Lvove. These attacks resulted in the death of two people and injuries to at least six others.