Five people were killed and 14 injured in Russian attacks on Ukraine last day

Five people were killed and 14 injured in Russian attacks on Ukraine last day

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Russian attacks across Ukraine have killed at least five people and injured at least 14, including a child, in the past 24 hours, regional authorities reported on July 11.

In Dnipropetrovsk OblastOne person was killed and five injured, including a 13-year-old boy, in Russian artillery and drone attacks on the Nikopol district, Governor Serhii Lysak said.

He noted that transportation, municipal, energy and agricultural facilities, as well as houses, garages and other property, had been damaged.

Russian attacks against Novoekonomikhne in Donetsk Oblast One person was killed and another injured, reported Governor Vadym Filashkin. Another civilian was killed in Toretsk.

In Kharkiv OblastOne person was killed and five injured in the Russian attacks, said Governor Oleh Syniehubov.

In an attack on the village of Hluschkivka on the morning of July 11, four men aged 43, 44 and 63 were injured, three of them had to be hospitalized.

In an attack on the village of Slatyne the previous evening, a 60-year-old woman was killed and a 70-year-old man was injured, the governor reported.

Russian attacks against Kherson Oblast According to Governor Oleksandr Prokudin, one person was killed and two injured.

A critical infrastructure facility, a farm, houses, multi-story residential buildings and other property were damaged, he said.

A man was killed in a Russian attack on the Vasilivka district in Zaporizhia Oblastreported Governor Ivan Fedorov.

The Air Force reported the shooting down of six Russian Shahed drones during the night over the Mykolaiv, Khmelnytskyi, Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk regions.

The Chernihiv and Sumy oblasts were also attacked, but no casualties were reported.

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