At least three killed in Russia’s strikes upon Kherson

The death toll of Russia’s strikes upon Kherson has risen to three, says Oleksandr Leshchenko, head of the city council.

Seven people were wounded, says Yaroslav Yanushevich, the head of the city administration.

Missiles hit 12 locations across the city, including a cross-country gas pipeline.

“The number of attacks is constantly growing. We have people wounded and dead. The enemy fires from cannon artillery, mortars, and multiple rocket launchers,” Yanushevich said.

A 37-year-old man, who was standing on the balcony of his apartment during the attack and a 61-year-old woman were killed, local emergency medical centre says. There is no information on the third victim as of yet.

“Russian invaders are constantly shelling the city from the east bank. Multiple houses were destroyed, and people were wounded,” says Halyna Luhovaya, a local official. She also added that some houses had their windows smashed, and a postal office was damaged.

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