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14 people injured, including 3 children, in Russian shelling of Kharkiv

As a result of shelling in the center of Kharkiv on Friday, 9 September, 14 people were injured, including three children, 3, 11 and 15 years old, Oleh Syniehubov, head of Kharkiv Oblast State Administration reported.

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The children were hospitalized in a medical institution. Doctors assess their condition as average. There is no threat to their lives. 4 adults have minor injuries and did not require hospitalization, they received medical assistance on the spot. The condition of the rest of the victims is average.

Syniehubov reported that, according to preliminary data, the shelling of Kharkiv was carried out with Uragan surface-to-air missiles.

Residential buildings, objects of educational infrastructure have been hit, and there have been fires.

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