Households damaged as Russians shell Kupiansk, again

Households damaged as Russians shell Kupiansk, again

On the morning of January 24, Russian invaders shelled Kupiansk, a town in Kharkiv region, where residential buildings were hit.

That’s according to Oleh Syniehubov, chief of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Ukrinform reports.

"This morning, the enemy shelled Kupiansk, again. Residential buildings were hit, large-scale fires broke out. The reports on destruction and casualties are being verified," the official wrote on Telegram.

In addition, over the past day, the enemy massively shelled a number of settlements in the Kupiansk, Chuhuiv, and Kharkiv districts bordering Russia. In Vovchansk, Chuhuiv district, residential buildings, civilian industry facilities, and infrastructure were damaged by the strikes.

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In the village of Vovchanski Khutory, an educational facility and a local club were destroyed by rocket fire. In the village of Hatyshche, Chuhuiv district, a civilian industry object was damaged and fires broke out in the area.

A 52-year-old civilian, who was wounded in Vovchansk, was hospitalized in a moderate condition.

As Ukrinform reported, as a result of Russian shelling of Kharkiv region on January 22, one person was killed and another was injured.

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