Occupiers attacked a boat with civilians in the Kherson region: shots were fired in the backs
On June 11, the Russian Army attacked a boat with civilians evacuating from the left bank in Kherson region. The invaders opened fire into the backs of the people.
Six people were injured, medics are fighting for their lives. This was reported by the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak.
"The Russian Army attacked a boat with civilians who were evacuating from the left bank in the Kherson region. They opened fire into the backs of the civilians. Six people were wounded. They made it to Kherson and were hospitalized in a medical facility. Doctors are fighting for the lives of the wounded. The Russians are cowardly terrorists," Yermak wrote.
He gave no other details about the wounded Ukrainians.
As a reminder, on the morning of June 6, it became known that the occupants blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant, flooding affected dozens of settlements, including Kherson, thousands of people lost the roof over their heads.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called Russia's terrorist attack the largest man-made eco-catastrophe in Europe in decades, while Western leaders one after another called Russia responsible for the bombing of the Kakhovka HPP and noted that "terrorists do not stop if they are not stopped."
The SSU later released an intercept of the hijackers' conversation, admitting that the Kakhovka HPP had been blown up by a sabotage group of occupants. The United States of America said that American satellites had detected an explosion at the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant before it was destroyed.
Since the first day of the disaster, the Russians have been regularly shelling evacuation sites. They also hit volunteers and rescuers trying to help people.