UKRAINE, KHARKIV OBLAST, Mar 12 — Beginning at 1 a.m., Russian troops are shelling the village of Odnorobivka in the Zolochiv community. The attack wounded a man born in 1968, reported the head of the Zolochiv village military administration, Viktor Kovalenko.

According to Kovalenko, the Russians are attacking the village with tactical airstrikes, artillery, mortars, and helicopters. The shelling destroyed three private houses and outbuildings and damaged some households. The Russians also hit a railway station and gas and power grids.

The Ministry of Energy reported the shelling in the Kharkiv Oblast damaged a gas distribution pipeline in a frontline village. And 26 customers lost their gas supply.

In total, over the past day, Russian troops shelled at least 15 towns and villages in the Kharkiv Oblast with artillery and mortars, including Synkivka, Udy, Strilecha, Starytsia, and Berestove. The Russian army hit Obukhivka, Ambarne, Kupiansk, and Petropavlivka with airstrikes.

In Kupiansk, the Russian army dropped an aerial bomb on a multi-story building. In Vovchansk, the shelling damaged a private household. In Kozacha Lopan, Derhachi district, the Russian military damaged a private household. In Vovchansk, the Russian shelling damaged three private houses. In Derhachi, the Russians dropped a munition, damaging a car.

UPD from 13.03. A mistranslation in the headline fixed.

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