Zaporizhzhia, bombing in the region: at least 5 dead

The local governor: “Russian attacks on residential buildings”. Two children among the victims

At least five people were killed by bombing in the Kamianka area, a “temporarily occupied” location in the Zaporizhzhia region. This was reported by the local governor, Oleksandr Starukh, who blamed the Russians for the attack. On Telegram he explained that the budget could worsen because according to the news of the inhabitants of the area there could be people under the rubble.

“The inhuman Russians killed Anastasia Borovyk and her two children aged eight and two,” he wrote, pointing out that the 29-year-old woman was the head of the Kamianka cultural center. No details on the identity of the other people who were killed. According to Starukh, there have been at least six attacks “from occupied territory on residential buildings”, including the four-story building in which the family lived. “The top floor has been completely destroyed – she denounced her – There is no forgiveness for these crimes”.