Guided bombs from Russia destroy building entry in Kozatske, Kherson Oblast

An entry section of a five-story building in Kozatske destroyed by a Russian bomb strike on April 21
An entry section of a five-story building in Kozatske destroyed by a Russian bomb strike on April 21

Russian troops dropped two guided aerial bombs on Kozatske in Kherson Oblast on the morning of April 21, one of which destroyed an entry section of a five-story building, said Kherson governor Oleksandr Prokudin.

One of the bombs demolished the entrance section of a five-story residential building. Another building in the vicinity caught fire due to the attack. Fortunately, there were no civilian injuries reported from this particular incident.

<span class="copyright">Oleksandr Prokudin via Telegram</span>
Oleksandr Prokudin via Telegram

No civilians were injured in the Russian attack.

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Russia shelled an agricultural enterprise and a gas pipeline in Kherson Oblast, as well as residential areas in the region on April 20, Prokudin reported earlier. The attack damaged 12 houses in the region. The aggressor also hit an educational institution and a catering facility.

Russia shelled Kherson, injuring at least two residents on April 21.

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