Invaders shell Sumy region 24 times in one day: one injured

Invaders shell Sumy region 24 times in one day: one injured

On November 30, the Yunakivka, Bilopillya, Krasnopil, Velyka Pysarivka, Nova Sloboda and Seredyna Buda communities of the Sumy region came under Russian shelling.

This was reported by Ukrinform citing the press service of the Sumy Regional Military Administration.

In total, during the day, Russians fired 24 times at the Sumy region, 155 explosions were recorded.

In particular, the Seredyna Buda community was attacked with mortars. As a result of the shelling, a 39-year-old man was injured and hospitalized.

The Bilopillya community was shelled with mortars, AGS and LPG, and the Nova Sloboda was attacked by the Russian army with mortars. The invaders attacked the Velyka Pysarivka community with mortars, artillery and an FPV drone.

Read also: Man receives shrapnel injuries as Russians attack Sumy region’s Seredyna-Buda

In addition, the Krasnopil community was shelled with cannon artillery, MLRS and mortars. There was also an attack by three FPV drones, and an explosive ordnance was dropped on the Yunakivka community from a UAV. The community was also shelled with mortars and artillery.

As the agency previously reported, on Thursday, November 30, Russian troops conducted an air strike on Toretsk, in the Donetsk region. As a result, a private house was destroyed and one person was killed.

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