New photos of the aftermath of Russian missiles hitting the Nova Poshta terminal in Kharkiv region
Specialists of the State Emergency Service of Kharkiv region have completed rescue operations at the site of a Russian attack on the Nova Poshta terminal in the village of Korotych. On the evening of October 21, enemy missiles killed six employees and injured 16 others.
The company's property was heavily damaged. The State Emergency Service and the regional prosecutor's office showed photos of the consequences of the Russian terrorist attack (to view the news, scroll to the end).
It is noted that the occupiers' missiles destroyed the building of the postal terminal and damaged seven trucks and two semi-trailers.
As a result of the strike, a massive fire broke out at Nova Poshta (a postal company), covering 300 square meters of space. The fire was extinguished at 00:14 on Sunday, October 22.
Forty-seven rescuers and nine pieces of special equipment were working to eliminate the consequences of the enemy shelling.
All 22 victims of this Russian war crime were employees of the company, six of whom died.
"Prosecutors, in cooperation with police investigators, are taking all measures to document war crimes committed by representatives of the armed forces of the aggressor state," the prosecutor's office said.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the morning of October 22, Russian troops shelled a residential area of Kupyansk in Kharkiv region. Three residents, including minors, were injured as a result of the shelling.