Ukrainian authorities say Russia shelled Kherson region with guided bombs, one man killed

A 43-year-old man has been killed in Ukraine’s Kherson region following a Russian attack, Governor Oleksandr Prokudin reported on Saturday.

Prokudin said that guided bombs had hit private houses in the village of Odradokamyanka. One injured person was rushed to hospital in critical condition. Another 57-year-old man sustained fragmentation wounds.

The Ukrainian police reported that a 47-year-old agricultural worker in the village of Pervomaiske, Kherson region, was killed late on Friday in artillery shelling. The police also said that Russian forces dropped bombs on the villages of Tiahynka and Vesele.

Photo: Ukrainian police

Photo: Ukrainian police

Meanwhile, a 33-year-old man was killed as a result of a shell hitting a house in the coastal zone of the Korabelny district.

The Russian Defence Ministry said that more than 30 Ukrainian service members had been eliminated, while two cars and D-30 howitzers were destroyed in the Kherson direction.

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