KHARKIV, UKRAINE, JAN 11 — Currently, there is information about nine people injured in a Russian missile attack on Kharkiv on January 10.

According to Viktor Zabashta, director of the regional emergency medical center, one person has severe injuries, one has moderate injuries, and the majority has light injuries.

He said that some of them even refused to be hospitalized.

According to preliminary information, the wounded mostly suffered from head injuries and an acute stress reaction.

What is known about the shelling of Kharkiv

At about 10:30 p.m. on January 10, two explosions occurred in Kharkiv. According to the mayor Ihor Terekhov, the Russian military struck a civilian facility.

He noted that there was a high probability of casualties among the people inside. Cars were burning in the parking lot next to the facility, and there was damage to the building.

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The head of the Kharkiv Military Regional Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, said that the Russian military hit the Kyivskyi district of the city. Likely, with S-300 missiles. Specialized services are inspecting the hit site. A civilian facility was damaged.

All relevant services are currently working at the hit site.