Fifteen people killed in Russian strikes on Kherson city

Fifteen people killed in Russian strikes on Kherson city

Today, November 25, 15 people were killed and 35 more, including a child, were injured in Russian strikes.

"Fifteen Kherson residents were killed and 35, including a child, were injured in Russian strikes," said Halyna Luhova, Head of the Kherson City Military Administration, the press service of the Kherson City Council posted on Telegram.

According to her, 78 strikes have been recorded today.

According to Luhova, private houses and apartment blocks were damaged in yesterday's massive enemy attack, a strong fire broke out. The authorities had to urgently evacuate 58 residents of Kherson, including 22 children. All of them received hot meals, shelter for the night and the necessary healthcare assistance. People decided to temporarily leave the city, the city authorities helped them as much as possible by providing transport, clothes and food.

Educational institutions were also damaged in enemy shelling.

Read also: Russians shelling Kherson city, Bilozerka and Beryslav communities day and night

As reported, the enemy shells Kherson and its suburbs, Bilozerka community, the town of Beryslav, and populated settlements of Beryslav district with artillery and MLRS day and night. In Kherson, the enemy fires the “sleeping areas” of the city randomly, trying to cause as much damage as possible.


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