On Saturday, March 19, russian troops once again shelled the village of Novi Petrivtsi near Kyiv from the volley fire system “Hail”. As a result of the shelling, the field caught fire and the gas station was damaged.
This was reported by the press service of the Kyiv region police.
"So far, the fire has been extinguished. Fortunately, there are no victims," the statement said.
Vyshhorod police are working at the scene and are recording the consequences of the shelling.
As reported, on March 14, the invaders fired on Novi Petrivtsi from the "Hail", killing one person and injuring another. The National Museum-Reserve "Battle for Kyiv in 1943", the church and other infrastructure facilities were damaged.
On March 17, russian troops fired heavy artillery at Novi Petrivtsi. A two-year-old child died and four people were injured. As a result of the shelling, one residential building was destroyed and several damaged.