Kharkiv Region Hospitals Treat 41 Injured In Russian Shelling, Four In Serious Condition

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) Hospitals in the Kharkiv region are treating 41 victims of yesterday's shelling, including three children.

This was reported by the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, in a Telegram message, Ukrinform reports.

"Hospitals in the region are providing assistance to 41 victims, including three children. Four patients are in serious condition and have been operated on. The condition of children aged 12 and 13 is average, with positive dynamics. Another 17-year-old girl is being treated on an outpatient basis. Unfortunately, this is not the final data, because people continue to seek medical care after the shelling by the occupiers," wrote Syinegubov.

He noted that 52 people, including three children and a police officer, were injured and two people died as a result of a five-storey building in the Osnovianskyi district of Kharkiv . In addition, in the Kholodnogorsky district of the city, the shelling damaged a business building, killing one person and injuring four others.

Russian troops attacked a private household in the village of Hlushkivka, Kupyansk district. As a result of the shelling, an outbuilding caught fire, and a woman was injured.

Two private houses were damaged in the village of Kamiana Yaruga in Chuhuiv district as a result of shelling.

In the village of Milove, Izium district, an explosion destroyed a residential building, injuring 5 people and killing one.

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In Lyman village of Chuhuiv district, two men were injured as a result of an FPV drone attack.

A private house was damaged as a result of a guided aerial bomb strike on Borova.

As reported, the Russian army attacked Kharkiv with guided aerial bombs on the afternoon of 22 June. A five-storey residential building, a public transport stop, shops, cars, and public transport were damaged. There were also hits on the territory of the eco-park and the enterprise.



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