Healthcare institution, children's art center, shops, offices: Enemy shelling Kherson chaotically

Healthcare institution, children's art center, shops, offices: Enemy shelling Kherson chaotically

Over the past day, the enemy shelled a healthcare facility, a children's art center, and residential neighborhoods in Kherson region.

"Russian troops shelled Kherson chaotically. Center, Dniprovskyi, and Korabelnyi districts were under enemy attack. In the city, apartment blocks, private houses, shops, offices, a healthcare facility, and a children's art center were damaged. Fortunately, there were no casualties," the Kherson region police reported.

As noted, the settlements of Beryslav and Kherson districts came under Russian fire opened from the left bank of the Dnipro River. Enemy shells damaged houses and cars in Poniativka, Sadove, Stepanivka, Komyshany, and Antonivka. In Tomyna Balka, residential buildings and a power line were damaged, and domestic animals were injured.

As the police reported, the Russian troops continue to massively bombard the right bank of Kherson region, trying to destroy key infrastructure facilities, and massively strike residential areas using MLRS, artillery, mortars, tanks, and unmanned aerial vehicles.

The Russian army launched 48 strikes on Kherson region over the past day.

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