Russian strikes damage hospital, fire station in Kherson

Two people have been injured in the latest round of Russian strikes on Ukraine’s Kherson region. 

The roof and windows of a fire station were damaged in an air strike but the equipment inside remained intact and no one inside was injured, Ukraine’s State Emergency Service said. 

Overnight shelling also heavily damaged a hospital in the village of Bilozerka, Kherson’s regional military administration said. 

In the village of Kozatske, a 63-year-old woman and another 66-year-old resident were injured.

Russian forces have relentlessly shelled Kherson since the city and surrounding area was liberated in November. 

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