Highlights for September 3-4, 2022
September 4, 2022, 2:30 PM

Highlights for September 3-4, 2022

1. Sumy region. The russian troops shelled the Krasnopillia community three times and fired fifty mines and shells.

2. Dnipropetrovsk region. The occupiers shelled the Zelenodolsk community with the Uragan MRLs. Reportedly, 10 people were injured, and a boy, 9, was killed.

3. Kharkiv region. In the two-day artillery attacks on Bezruky village, residential buildings, outbuildings, and garages caught fire. Rescuers could not put the fire out due to constant attacks.

In Odnorobivka village, ammunition hit a private house, killing one woman. In Andriyivka village, three civilians were wounded by shelling.

The occupiers hit the Kholodnohirskyi and Novobavarskyi districts of Kharkiv. Two people were hospitalized, and several private houses and one high-rise building were damaged.

4. Mykolayiv region. The russian troops shelled medical facilities, schools, and residential buildings in Mykolayiv at night. The power transmission lines and water supply network was damaged.

A boy, 8, was killed, and three more children and two adults were wounded in the shelling of Vysunsk village. Reportedly, the attackers fired rocket launchers with prohibited cluster munitions. There are no military facilities in this area.

Russia is perpetrating genocide against the Ukrainian people. Ask your government to supply Ukraine with more heavy weapons to prevent further casualties and destruction. Stop the crisis by spreading the truth!

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