Kherson: Russian Federation Targets Shelter Building While People Still Sleeping – Casualties Occurred

The Russian Federation targeted the shelter building. Photo:

On the night of September 21, Russia mercilessly shelled Kherson.

There are dead and injured, reported Thursday morning, head of the Kherson regional military administration Oleksandr Prokhudin.

“Terrible night for Kherson. At 3:40 a.m., the Russian army set fire to the residential quarters of Kherson. The Russians attacked the shelter building while people were still sleeping. At this hour, two dead civilians were visible. Their identities have now been established,” he wrote.

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A 61-year-old woman from Kherson was hospitalized in critical condition. Two women aged 44 and 57 and a man aged 49 have been sent to hospital. They have moderate injuries.

The 81-year-old resident was treated at the scene.

Updated at 7:57 AM

“Two men, aged 29 and 41, died as a result of Russian night terror. They were inside the shelter, which was targeted by the aggressors. My condolences to the families of the victims,” ​​Prokhutin added.

On the night of September 21, during an air raid warning, powerful explosions rang out in Kyiv and several other cities.

The Russians launched another airstrike on Ukrainian territory. Cruise missiles are launched from Tu-95MS aircraft. The Air Force reported that two missiles entered our territory: one was moving in an east-southwest direction, and the other flew in the direction of the Sumi region.

It was loud in Cherkasy region, Kharkiv, Khmelnytsky region and Khmelnytskyi. 10 explosions were heard in Kharkiv area. They also sounded in Rivne, Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk. A part of Rivne has no light.

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In Lviv province, explosions were heard in Drohobitsky district. The missile threat was foiled at 6:42 p.m.

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