Russians strike Kherson region with guided aerial bombs. Two civilians killed

Russians strike Kherson region with guided aerial bombs. Two civilians killed

On April 13, Russian troops shelled Kherson region. Civilians were killed in Zmiivka village of Kherson city.

"Today, enemy aircraft also struck the village of Zmiivka, Beryslav district. The Russians hit the building of a local school with guided aerial bombs. According to preliminary information, one person was killed, another was injured," Oleksandr Prokudin, Head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, said on the air of the national news telethon.

He also reported that the enemy shelled the village of Mykilske in Daryivka community. A 52-year-old man was injured. The Ukrainian military took him to a healthcare facility in Kherson in moderate condition.

Early in the morning, the enemy shelled a park in Kherson city. A 45-year-old man received fatal injuries in the enemy attack.

The enemy bombards the region with guided aerial bombs every day, Prokudin emphasized.

As reported, the Russian army launched 46 strikes on Kherson region over the past day, April 12. Kherson city was shelled five times by Russian troops. One person was killed and two people were injured.

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