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Bomb attack on Velyka Pysarivka: One killed, one wounded, many facilities damaged

Bomb attack on Velyka Pysarivka: One killed, one wounded, many facilities damaged Russian troops bombed the center of Velyka Pysarivka (photo: Facebook)

A man was killed in the village of Velyka Pysarivka, Sumy region, as a result of today's bombing of the village center. Another resident was wounded.

It is noted that the Russian occupiers used a munition with a planning and correction module of the MPC FAB to launch an air strike on the village.

As a result of the attack, there was damage in Velyka Pysarivka:

  • a non-residential building
  • a shop,
  • a cultural center office,
  • a library,
  • a cultural services center,
  • hospital department,
  • a kindergarten,
  • 15 private households,
  • a multi-story building,
  • and a gas pipeline.

"One resident of the community was killed as a result of the air strike. Another resident was wounded," the military administration said.

Residents were urged to evacuate

Earlier today, the head of the Velykopysarivska community, Liudmyla Biriukova, said that after Russian troops bombed the center of the village, civilians were asked to evacuate.

She added that evacuation services and consultations would be provided by the village council's specialists via telephone and online.

Russian strikes on Sumy and the region

On March 17, explosions were heard in Sumy during an air raid. It happened around four in the afternoon. As local authorities later informed, the Russian invaders struck twice at the city's infrastructure.

Also today, Russian troops shelled Konotop, Sumy region. The missile attack damaged civilian infrastructure, and according to preliminary reports, no people were injured.

Earlier, in the evening of March 15, Russian troops launched a missile attack on Konotop, Sumy region. In particular, the city's civilian infrastructure came under attack.

Earlier, on March 14, a 330 kV high-voltage line of NPC Ukrenergo was disconnected in Sumy region as a result of enemy shelling. Later, it became known that an engineer was killed as a result of Russian strikes on radio engineering facilities in Sumy region. In total, four such systems were damaged.

On the night of March 14, Russian troops struck Sumy with Shaheds, hitting a high-rise building, causing injuries and death. Later, the body of one more person was pulled out of the rubble, bringing the total number of victims to three. In total, emergency search operations at the site of the enemy attack lasted four days.