Russian forces launch guided air bombs in Kherson region, resulting in 2 deaths
On the night of October 18, Russian militants attacked the Kherson region with guided air bombs. This tragic incident claimed the life of 2 persons
The head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Prokudin, reported this.
"At night, the invaders shelled Blahovishchenske. A 69-year-old woman sustained numerous injuries. Doctors were fighting for her life since the night. But her injuries were too severe. We have just been informed about the woman's death," said Prokudin.
According to him, the woman was diagnosed with explosive and closed head injuries, acubarotrauma, penetrating shrapnel wound of the abdomen, and shrapnel wound of the left thigh.
In addition, Prokudin clarified that in Beryslav district, Russian troops shelled the village of Novoberyslav. The occupiers used three SU-34 aircraft to release six guided aerial bombs. The man who lost his life was 63 years old.
Earlier, the head of Military Administration informed that the Russian military attacked Blahovishchenske, causing a 69-year-old woman to be injured. Prokudin reported that she has been hospitalized with multiple injuries and is in serious condition.
The extent of the damage caused by the overnight shelling is currently under investigation.
The Office of the Prosecutor General has reported the shelling.
The Russian Federation reportedly struck the Beryslav district of the Kherson region at around 1:15 a.m.. Preliminary information suggests that the assailants used guided aerial bombs in the attack.
According to the report, the enemy targeted a private residence, leading to the owner's death while he was in the yard. Civil infrastructure facilities were also damaged.
A pre-trial investigation has been initiated regarding the violation of laws and customs of war, coupled with intentional murder (Part 2 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).
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