Five people were killed in Kherson Oblast because of explosives left by occupants
A shell left by Russian occupants exploded at an agricultural enterprise in the village of Mirolyubovka (before 2016 - Sovetskoye) in Kherson Oblast. Five people were killed as a result of the explosion.
This was reported on May 14 by the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andrei Yermak. "In the Kherson region explosives left by the Russian army ruined the lives of five civilians," he wrote in his Telegram channel.
According to him, an unexploded shell detonated at the plant.
The youngest of the dead was 27 years old, and the oldest - was 68.
Mirolyubovka belongs to the Novovorontsovka community.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- The occupiers destroyed the oldest grammar school in Kherson, which had survived several wars. A future Israeli minister studied there.
- A tractor exploded on a mine in the Rivne region. The tractor driver ignored a warning sign. As a result, he died and another man was injured.