Russia insidiously struck Kharkiv: latest details revealed (photos)

The number of injured has risen to 56, including children.

Three people were killed and another 56 injured, including two children, as a result of enemy shelling in Kharkiv.

Preliminary reports suggest that Russian military used four UMPB D-30 guided bombs on the city. This information was reported by the National Police, which documents the consequences of Russian war crimes.

On June 22, at approximately 3:30 p.m., Russian forces struck Kharkiv. Investigative teams, criminologists and bomb disposal experts quickly arrived at the scenes. A five-story residential building, a public transport stop, shops, cars and public transport were damaged. There were also hits on the territory of an eco-park and an enterprise.

Among the wounded are two children, aged 12 and 13. Six citizens, including one man, four women and one child, are in serious condition. All those injured in the Russian shelling are civilians. A woman was killed at a trolleybus stop. A man was walking down the street and found himself at the epicenter of the explosion. Another deceased man was a security guard at the enterprise.

"It is difficult to say how many people might be under the rubble. A rescue operation is currently underway. We are carefully examining the remains of the building to retrieve parts of the guided aerial bomb. We have information that the Russians struck with UMPB D-30 guided aerial bombs," Serhiy Bolvinov, Head of the Kharkiv Police said.

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