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Russian shelling wounds two in Kherson Oblast after strikes killed two, injured 14 others

Russia’s October 24 morning shelling in Ukraine’s Kherson Oblast wounded two civilian women, adding to the casualties from the previous day’s strikes there that killed two people and injured 14 others.
A home in Kozatske, Kherson Oblast, damaged by a Russian attack on the morning of 24 October 2023. Photo: t.me/khersonskaODA
Russian shelling wounds two in Kherson Oblast after strikes killed two, injured 14 others

A Russian artillery attack on 24 October injured two women in Ukraine’s Kherson Oblast, the oblast’s administration reported.

This attack on the town of Kozatske wounded a 63-year-old and 66-year-old. This comes after overnight shelling damaged a hospital building in the town of Bilozerska, also breaking windows, the roof, and doors in more than 50 detached houses, the Administration said.

A hospital in Bilozerka, Kherson Oblast, damaged by a Russian attack overnight into 24 October 2023. Photo: t.me/khersonskaODA

The previous day’s Russian attacks in Kherson Oblast killed at least two civilians and wounded 14 others, including one child, as per Kherson Regional Military Administration Head Oleksandr Prokydin.

In total, 101 Russian strikes have hit the region on 23 October, with the city of Kherson itself being shelled 30 times, Prokudin said. Critical infrastructure and a factory in Beryslav were also damaged by Russian shelling.

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