Early on the morning of February 5, it became known that Russian missiles had hit the center of Kharkov. Kyiv district of the city fell under attack.
According to Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov, one of the rockets hit a residential area. “We know about a fire in one of the residential buildings and one injured person,” Terekhov wrote.
The head of the regional military administration, Oleg Sinegubov, suggested that Kharkov was attacked by two S-300 missiles. He confirmed that one rocket hit a residential area. As a result of the second blow, the building of the local university was destroyed. “Suspilne” reports that the Kharkiv National University of Urban Economy named after A. N. Beketov was hit.
Referring to the Regional Center for Emergency Medical Aid, Sinegubov also wrote that four people were injured as a result of the strikes: a 54-year-old woman, two men aged 51 and 55, and a security guard at the university where the second missile strike was carried out.
Pensioners Vera Levadnaya and Nina Podrepnaya live on the same street in the village of Tsirkuny in the Kharkiv region. Before the full-scale war, they were just neighbors, but the occupation, heavy shelling and life without heat and light made them almost family. How women, their relatives and the village of Tsirkuny survived – we tell in the report of Present Time:
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