Children injured as Russians fire on green corridor in Zaporizhzhia region

Children injured as Russians fire on green corridor in Zaporizhzhia region

Vehicles moving along a "green corridor" in Zaporizhzhia region came under fire. Four children were injured.

“Four children were hospitalized. Three children came under fire in former Huliaypole district, now Polohy district. Families were escaping from Mariupol. One child is in critical condition. Another family came under fire in the village of Kamyanske, a child is also in serious condition," Head of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Military Administration Oleksandr Starukh posted on Telegram.

According to the military, one of the incidents took place at 08:55 in the village of Malynivka, Polohy district of Zaporizhzhia region. The occupiers opened fire on two cars with civilians from automatic weapons. The cars were moving along the humanitarian corridor.

Such shootings become systematic: the day before yesterday, in addition to adults, six children were injured, yesterday – four minors. All injuries are severe and extremely critical, there are many limb amputations.

As reported, on Monday, March 21, eight humanitarian corridors for evacuation of citizens and delivery of humanitarian goods were agreed upon.

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