Russian strike on recreational spot in Kharkiv Oblast kills four, wounds eight

Explosion (illustrative photo)
Explosion (illustrative photo)

Russia struck the Malodanilivska district in Kharkiv Oblast, resulting in the deaths of four individuals and injuring eight, including a paramedic, while also damaging an ambulance, regional governor Oleh Synehubov reported on Telegram on May 19.

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The community head, Oleksandr Hololobov, told Suspilne TV that Russians hit the place of summer recreation, killing and wounding civilians only.

At 11:21 a.m. EET, Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov reported powerful explosions in the city. He later added that all explosions were heard in the suburbs.

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Russian troops attacked Kharkiv with guided aerial bombs, injuring six people, on May 18. Everyone injured was hospitalized.

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