In Kherson, three civilians were killed in shelling
As a result of shelling of Kherson by the Russian army on the morning of March 11, three people were killed. This was reported by the head of the Kherson regional administration, Alexander Prokudin.
Photos and video of the aftermath of the attack were published by the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, Andrey Yermak.
Local residents came under fire near a supermarket on the Nikolaev highway. The car also caught fire after being hit by a projectile. According to the latest information, three people were injured.
A Radio Liberty correspondent shot a video at the scene of the impact.
According to the Kherson regional administration of Ukraine, over the past day, Russian troops have shelled populated areas of the region, which are under the control of Ukraine, 71 times. According to the Kherson city council, the regional center itself and the surrounding areas were fired upon 13 times over the past day, resulting in the death of one local resident.
- After the return of Kherson to the control of Ukraine in November of last year, Russian troops often shelled the regional center, killing and wounding civilians were reported.
- In Zaporozhye, as reported, on Saturday, Russian troops struck a life-support facility, causing a fire. No casualties have been reported.
- From Kharkov on Saturday there are reports of the restoration of electricity supply, which most users did not have for about two days after the Russian missile attack on the night of May 9. Restrictions on electricity supplies were lifted in Kyiv on Saturday.