Invaders open fire on civilian evacuation convoy in Kherson region

Invaders open fire on civilian evacuation convoy in Kherson region

In the evening, Russian invaders fired artillery at a convoy of civilians fleeing the occupied territory of Kherson region.

This was announced by the head of Kryvyi Rih’s military administration, Oleksandr Vilkul, on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"They fired artillery on a peaceful convoy of IDPs leaving Kherson region from Berislav. The orcs gathered these people in the morning, kept about a thousand vehicles under the scorching sun and began releasing them, 200 vehicles at a time, in the afternoon only to cover the movement of their own military equipment. At 16:00, the orcs struck a vicious blow at the peaceful convoy, which was already in our territory, in the area of ​​Bila Krynytsia," Vilkul wrote.

According to the official, several civilians were affected, including a child, 11: "Together with a woman, 68, the child sustained shrapnel wounds. They were provided all necessary assistance. The woman is in a hospital in Kryvyi Rih."

Read also: Ukraine calls on UNSC to evacuate wounded servicemen from Azovstal

Earlier it was reported that the Russian military continues to rain fire on the Ukrainian territory along the entire line of contact, including with the use of banned phosphorus and cluster munitions. In the morning, Zelenodolsk was shelled by MLR systems. A person was killed and another was injured as they were going to work in the morning.

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