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Russian aerial bomb hits Vovchansk, leaving 1 injured and shops destroyed

Emergency services are clearing the rubble of buildings, as there may be people trapped underneath.
Russian aerial bomb hits Vovchansk, leaving 1 injured and shops destroyed
The building in Vovchansk hit by Russian airstrike. Photo: Kharkiv regional police chief Serhiy Bolvinov via Facebook
Russian aerial bomb hits Vovchansk, leaving 1 injured and shops destroyed

The Russians dropped an aerial bomb on the center of Vovchansk in the Kharkiv region, resulting in one man being injured. He is in the hospital with a shrapnel wound to the head, according to Serhiy Bolvinov, the chief of Kharkiv regional police. Additionally, several buildings were destroyed and damaged.

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“As a result of the Russian shelling in the city of Vovchansk, a two-story building was damaged. People may be trapped under the rubble,” the Kharkiv regional police reported on Facebook.

According to the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Synehubov, the Russians dropped an aerial bomb on Vovchansk at 3:00 PM local time.

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