Two ambulance workers injured in Kharkiv Oblast after Russian shelling

Consequences of the shelling of the ambulance post in the village of Buhaivka on March 17
Consequences of the shelling of the ambulance post in the village of Buhaivka on March 17

36-year-old paramedic and a 56-year-old ambulance driver were injured in the Kharkiv Oblast during the shelling of the village of Buhaivka by the Russian military, said Kharkiv Oblast police on March 17.

According to reports, the shelling took place at 09:15 AM, damaging a building where an emergency medical service station was temporarily located.

A fire broke out at the site of the attack and an ambulance was also damaged.

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