Russians hit Kherson region 73 times in past day. Two civilians killed

Russians hit Kherson region 73 times in past day. Two civilians killed

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Over the past day, Russian invaders shelled the territory of Kherson region 73 times, killing two people and injuring five more.

"Russian occupiers shelled the territory of Kherson region 73 times... Over the past day, the Russians killed two people, and five residents of Kherson region received injuries of varying degrees of severity," Yaroslav Yanushevych, Head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, posted on Telegram.

According to his information, the invaders shelled the populated settlements of the region with artillery, MLRS, mortars, and tanks.

The Russian army attacked Kherson city 11 times, shelling residential neighborhoods. Shells hit a shipbuilding plant, a gas pipeline, private houses, and apartment blocks.

Volodymyr Litvinov, Head of the Beryslav District Military Administration, wrote in Telegram that Beryslav, Novooleksandrivka, and Tiahynka territorial communities came under enemy fire over the past day. Civilian infrastructure, a school, an outpatient clinic, high-rise buildings, private houses, and outbuildings were damaged. Nobody was injured.

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