Nearly fifty houses damaged as result of shelling of village near Zaporizhzhia

Nearly fifty houses damaged as result of shelling of village near Zaporizhzhia

Four houses were completely burned down, about 47 were partially damaged, and eight people were injured.

Volodymyr Sosunovsky, the head of the Kushugum community, said this at the accident site after the Russian shelling of Malokaterinovka village in the Kushugum community yesterday evening, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"A commission is now working to identify the damaged property, and today we know for sure that four houses have burned down completely, three houses have been destroyed by 50% (roofs have been destroyed) and about 47 houses have been partially damaged," Sosunovsky said.

Read also: Russia’s attack on village near Zaporizhzhia: Number of those injured grows to eight

According to the head of the community, it is known that the occupants shelled the village with MLRS containing incendiary fillers.

Currently, the RMA reported eight injured, including an ambulance crew that came under fire.

Rescuers are working at the scene of the night attack.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, on Wednesday evening, the enemy shelled the village of Malokaterinivka in the Zaporizhzhya district with multiple rocket launchers. Eight people were injured.

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