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Russia attacks Kherson 17 times on 24 November, damaging “invincibility centre” and killing civilian

Russian occupation forces carried out 17 attacks on the city of Kherson during Thursday, November 24, damaging a kindergarten that housed an “invincibility center” and killing one civilian.

Source: Halyna Luhova, head of the military administration of the city of Kherson, in a Facebook video address

Quote: “At 08:20 Kindergarten No. 7, located at 23a, 49th Guards Division Street – our invincibility center – was damaged in an attack.

As of 3 p.m., there were 17 attacks; 1 person is killed and 1 injured. The Russians are firing chaotically at residential buildings.”

Details: The civilians who were killed and injured were found at 26, Viacheslav Chornovol Street.

Russian forces also carried out a massive attack on apartment buildings and private homes on Druzhba Street around noon. At 08:20, Russian occupation forces attacked the building at 37 Kherson 200th Anniversary Avenue, damaging a high-rise building. A car caught fire. Around the same time, apartment buildings on Karbyshev, 49th Guards Division, Parovozna and Perekopska streets were also attacked.

Kherson territorial hromada [an administrative unit designating the city of Kherson and its adjacent territory – ed.] was hit a total of 62 times on 20 and 24 November. Eight civilians were killed and four were injured. Luhova called on the residents of Kherson to evacuate from Kherson Oblast in the face of the Russian attacks.

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