Medical facilities in Kharkiv Oblast are continuing to provide necessary care to those affected by the Russian attack on a depot belonging to the Nova Poshta delivery company on 21 October, with 16 people currently in hospital.
Details: Reports have indicated that all the injured were men aged between 19 and 48.
Seven civilians, including five in intensive care, are in a serious condition. The condition of another two injured remains critical; they are on artificial lung ventilation.
Nine people have mild to moderate injuries.
The local authorities said all of them are being provided with the necessary medical care.
- On 21 October, a Russian missile hit a depot in Kharkiv Oblast belonging to the Nova Poshta delivery company.
- The Russian strike killed 6 people, all of whom were employees of Nova Poshta.
- The workers who were there had no chance or time to run for cover, as the air-raid warning was issued only a second before the explosion.
- Early reports say the attack was carried out with two S-300 missiles launched from the territory of Russia's Belgorod Oblast.