Shelling of Zelenivka: teenager critically injured

Shelling of Zelenivka: teenager critically injured

The teenager who was injured on May 17 during the shelling of the village of Zelenivka in the Kherson region remains in critical condition, while a 24-year-old man sustained injuries of moderate severity.

This information is reported by the Kherson Regional Military Administration, according to Ukrinform.

"Two individuals remain in the hospital: a 16-year-old teenager is in critical condition, and a 24-year-old man has sustained injuries of moderate severity," the statement reads.

As indicated, in the evening of May 17, Russian military targeted a grocery store in the Kherson region, resulting in the death of three people and injury of two others. The youngest victim was only 5 years old. Vsevolod, who was supposed to celebrate his 6th birthday in July, was killed by Russian terrorists. 

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Two men also sustained injuries that were incompatible with life. Despite the efforts of medical professionals, their injuries were too severe.

The RMA has released a video from the scene of yet another war crime committed by the Russian aggressors.

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