Russian forces fire 445 projectiles at Kherson region over past day, two civilians killed

Russian forces fire 445 projectiles at Kherson region over past day, two civilians killed

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The Russian army launched 88 attacks on Kherson region on May 12, killing two people and injuring four others.

Oleksandr Prokudin, the head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration, wrote this on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"Over the past day, the enemy launched 88 attacks, firing 445 projectiles from heavy artillery, Grad [MLRS], tanks, anti-tank grenade launchers, ATGM, UAVs and aircraft," he wrote.

According to the regional governor, the Russian army shelled Kherson 15 times.

"Russian soldiers targeted the residential quarters of the region’s populated areas; the building and territory of an educational institution in Kherson and the building of the village council in the Bilozerka settlement community in Kherson district," Prokudin wrote.

Read also: Four civilians injured in Russia’s shelling of Donetsk region

 Two people were killed and four others were injured in Russia’s shelling.

Prokudin added that 56 more people were evacuated from the liberated territory of the region.

As reported by Ukrinform, on May 11, the Russian army launched 80 attacks on Kherson region, one person was killed and four more were injured.

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