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Russian attack on Kherson Oblast injures civilian and 3 police officers – photo

Monday, 18 March 2024, 11:50
Russian attack on Kherson Oblast injures civilian and 3 police officers – photo
Photo: Police

Four people were injured as a result of Russian strikes on civilian infrastructure in Kherson Oblast. Residential buildings, cars, petrol stations, and a car service station were also damaged.

Source: Kherson Oblast’s police on Facebook

Quote from police: "Russian aggressors once again targeted civilian infrastructure in the Beryslav and Kherson districts, firing artillery and mortars and deploying tanks, aircraft, and UAVs. Four people were injured as a result of the attacks, including three police officers."

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Photo: police

Details: The Russians attacked Kherson, Sadove, Antonivka, Naddniprianske, Poniativka, Kyselivka, Ivanivka, Prydniprovsk, Kizomys, Beryslav, Havrylivka, Lvove, Novovorontsovka and Dudchany. 

Six houses and two multi-storey buildings, two cars, a petrol station, and a car service station were damaged.

 
Photo: police

The Russian army also attacked Lvove with a drone, injuring a 43-year-old man. He suffered blast injuries and gunshot wounds to various parts of his body.

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In Beryslav, an FPV-type kamikaze drone damaged a multi-storey building. In Novovorontsovka, a Russian UAV damaged a gas station, and in Antonivka, a car was hit.

 
Photo: police

The Russians deployed a tank to attack Ivanivka, resulting in the injury of three police officers, all of whom suffered concussions.

From the temporarily occupied left bank of the Dnipro River, the Russians shelled Kherson with artillery. They targeted port infrastructure and residential neighbourhoods. The police documented damage to an auto repair facility in the Dniprovskyi district and a multi-storey building in the Korabel housing complex.

Background: The Russians attacked a neighbourhood in Kherson on the night of 17-18 March, striking a five-storey residential building and setting it alight.

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