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Ukrainian National Police release footage of aftermath following Russian drone attack on Kharkiv, Feb. 10

On February 10, Russia killed seven people, including three children, in an attack on Kharkiv
On February 10, Russia killed seven people, including three children, in an attack on Kharkiv

A video released by the Ukrainian National Police on Telegram on Feb. 10 shows the first minutes of the aftermath of the overnight Russian drone attack on Kharkiv.

The video depicts private homes engulfed in flames following a fuel leak from the gas station hit by an enemy drone. At least fifteen residences were entirely demolished. Fifty individuals have been evacuated from the impacted zone, with ongoing rescue operations.

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The Russian attack claimed the lives of seven individuals, including an entire family: a woman, a man, children aged 4 and 7, and a 6-month-old infant. While the bodies of the victims have been identified, the infant’s remains are still being sought. Additionally, three other local residents sustained injuries.

Following the fuel leak, the hazardous substance extended along Kharkiv Street into the residential area, Oleh Synehubov, regional governor, reported via Telegram. He also noted that one of the tanks remains full, raising concerns of another potential leak.

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