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Sumy Region reports five people killed, 500 Russian hits registered

Russian troops fired with mortars, helicopter-launched missiles, Grads and artillery.

Sumy Region reports five people killed, 500 Russian hits registered
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The death toll in the morning Russian missile attack on Sumy Region has increased to five people, the head of the Sumy regional military administration, Dmytro Zhyvytsky, has said on Telegram.

According to him, the Russians fired three missiles.

Fourteen people were hospitalised, three of them were rescued alive from under the rubble. Rescue operations continue.

Meanwhile, almost 300 more "hits" from the territory of Russia were recorded in the region.

"The Krasnopillya community: two mortar attacks on settlements. The Shalyhyne community: during the day the enemy shelled the settlements of the community three times: with mortars, cannon artillery and fired automatic bursts. The Velyka Pysarivka community: 11 attacks per day," Zhyvytskyy said.

He noted that Russian troops fired from mortars, launched missiles from helicopters, fired with Grad MLRS and artillery. As a result of one of the artillery attacks, a power line was damaged. In addition, a corn field caught fire.

A woman was wounded as a result of shelling in the Seredyna-Buda community. In addition, six private houses were damaged and three fires broke out.

At 5:20 today, Russians fired rockets at Romny District of Sumy Region. Initially it was known about three dead and nine wounded as a result of the attack.

According to the Operational Command North, the Russian occupying troops shelled the border town of Seredyna-Buda in Sumy Region with artillery and an automatic grenade launcher.

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