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Death toll from Russia’s Nova Poshta missile strike rose to eight 

The Kharkiv Oblast governor reported that there are 7 more victims in the hospital.
The destroyed Nova Poshta terminal in Korotych, Kharkiv Oblast, due to a Russian attack on 21 October. Credit: Rubryka
Death toll from Russia’s Nova Poshta missile strike rose to eight 

On the morning of 3 November, a 29-year-old Nova Poshta commercial postal service employee died in the hospital, after being injured due to a Russian missile attack on the the company’s terminal, the oblast governor Oleh Syniehubov reported

According to Syniehubov, there are seven more injured employees in the hospital, six in the surgery department, and one in the neurosurgery department. Their condition is stable, he added.

Russian S-300 nighttime strike on postal station kills six in Kharkiv

On 21 October, two Russian S-300 missiles hit the building of Nova Poshta (New Post), Ukraine’s largest privately-owned postal service, in the village of Korotych, Kharkiv Oblast. On the day of the strike, Russian missiles killed six and injured 17 employees of Nova Poshta company. They were inside the building when Russian missiles hit it.

On 23 October, Nova Poshta’s co-founders said the company would arrange additional bomb shelters in its depots, Ukrinform reported.

“We have built bomb shelters at all depots. But now it’s about making small bomb shelters inside the buildings so people can be as close to them as possible,” Volodymyr Popereshniuk, co-founder of the company, said.

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