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5 civilians killed and 15 more injured due to Russian attacks over last 24 hours

Thursday, 2 November 2023, 09:32
5 civilians killed and 15 more injured due to Russian attacks over last 24 hours
The consequences of the shelling of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. Photo: Serhii Lysak’s social networks

At least five people lost their lives during the day, with another 15 people injured as a result of the ongoing Russian aggression.

Source: Ihor Moroz, acting head of Donetsk Oblast Military Administration; Oleh Syniehubov, head of Kharkiv Oblast Military Administration; Oleksandr Prokudin, head of Kherson Oblast Military Administration; Serhii Lysak, head of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast Military Administration; Yurii Malashko, head of Zaporizhzhia Oblast Military Administration 

Details: According to Moroz, the Russians wounded two residents of the settlements of Yelyzavetivka and Maksymilianivka, Donetsk Oblast.


Syniehubov reported that in Kharkiv Oblast, a 61-year-old woman was injured as a result of shelling from the multiple-launch missile systems of the village of Zelenyi Hai, Izium district. The victim was hospitalised in a state of moderate severity.

In Vovchansk, Chuhuiv district, residential buildings, a veterinary laboratory, and an agricultural enterprise were damaged due to Russian attacks. In the village of Ustynivka, Kupiansk district, the attacks damaged a private house and agricultural equipment, while in the village of Kurylivka, a house and a farm building took damage from the Russian aggression.

The invaders also hit Kupiansk, Dvorichna, Kruhliakivka in Kupiansk district, Pershotravneve, Borysivka of Kharkiv district, as well as Okhrimivka in Chuhuiv district and other settlements.

In the village of Pisky-Radkivski, Izium district, a 35-year-old local resident stepped on a PFM-1 anti-personnel mine in his own yard. He was hospitalised with a blast injury.

According to Prokudin, over the past day, the Russians carried out 118 attacks on Kherson Oblast, firing 604 projectiles from mortars, artillery, as well as using Grad multiple-launch missile systems, tanks, UAVs and aircraft.  

34 attacks with KAB guided bombs were recorded in the settlements of Kherson Oblast.  The hits occurred around Beryslav and Kherson. The Russian military attacked residential areas of the region's settlements, as well as a preschool educational institution in Beryslav.

Due to the Russian aggression, three people were killed, and another four were injured.

According to Lysak, in the Nikopol district of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, the Russians opened fire five times, using artillery and kamikaze drones. The district centre and the Marhanets hromada were hit  (a hromada is an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories – ed.). One person died, and seven were injured.

16 private houses, as well as a five-storey building, an infrastructure facility, a pharmacy, shops, and a garage were damaged. One outbuilding was destroyed, six more were damaged significantly.  A motoblock and power lines were broken. 

In addition, the Russian army attacked the vicinity of the city of Kryvyi Rih. The Russians attacked the Hrushivka hromada with multiple-launch missile launchers. There is destruction in four dwellings of local and economic buildings. A car was destroyed. No people were wounded.

According to Malashko, 21 settlements were attacked in Zaporizhzhia Oblast.

The Russians carried out 20 UAV attacks on Huliaipole, Novodarivka, Novoandriivka, Chervone, Mali Shcherbaky and Piatykhatky, four multiple-launch missile attacks on Mahdalynivka, Robotyne and Zaliznychne, as well as air strikes on Orikhiv, Robotyne and Novodarivka.

136 attacks were recorded on the territory of Mala Tokmachka, Pryiutne, Charivne, Bilohiria, Poltavky, Lukianivske, Kamianske, Stepove, Piatykhatky, Plavni and other frontline cities and villages.

A 52-year-old resident of Mahdalynivka died as a result of the strines from multiple-launch rocket systems. There were eight reports of the destruction of residential buildings and infrastructure. 

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