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Russia attacks Kharkiv again, targets transport company

One man was wounded.

Russia attacks Kharkiv again, targets transport company
Russia hits Kharkiv at night
Photo: Oleh Synyehubov/Telegram

The Russian army attacked Kharkiv again at around 7 a.m. Russians fired missiles at a transport company.

Two people were wounded. This was reported by the head of the Regional Military Administration Oleh Synyehubov and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

"At 7:05 a.m., a 53-year-old civilian man was injured as a result of enemy rocket fire on a transport infrastructure facility. Inspection of the hit sites and elimination of the consequences are ongoing," he wrote.

Later, Synyehubov clarified that the number of casualties had increased to two.

This is the second shelling of the city since the beginning of the day. The Russian army has been firing at Kharkiv with attack UAVs since 2 a.m. 

The falling debris damaged private houses and garages. At least five people were injured, including a 61-year-old man, a 69-year-old woman and a 72-year-old woman. They have an acute stress reaction.

Two more strikes hit the road surface and sidewalk of the private sector, without causing a fire. There were no casualties. Another piece of debris damaged a minibus and started a fire. 

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