Russian forces struck multiple settlements in Kherson and Donetsk oblasts on November 30, killing 3 people and wounding another 12, the regional authorities reported.
Russian troops dropped 2 aerial bombs on a residential area in Donetsk Oblast’s Toretsk at around 5:40 p.m. local time, according to the regional prosecutor’s office. A 49-year-old resident was killed on the scene while 3 more civilians aged between 44 and 87 suffered various injuries and were hospitalized.
In the morning, Russia hit Toretsk presumably with mortars, causing injuries to 3 residents who came to an administrative building to receive humanitarian aid, the Donetsk Oblast Prosecutor’s Office said earlier. An 86-year-old woman and 2 men aged 63 and 34 were reportedly hospitalized with shrapnel wounds, with the latter being in severe condition.
In the latest reported attack on Kherson Oblast, 3 elderly residents of Tiahynka, around 40 km east of Kherson, sustained injuries of various severity, according to the regional administration.
At about 9:30 a.m., Russian troops targeted Kherson, leaving a 71-year-old resident with chest and face injuries, the regional administration reported.