Workers Killed and Dozens Wounded in Strikes on Printing Plant in Kharkiv

Several workers were killed and over a dozen wounded in Russian strikes on a printing plant in Kharkiv on May 23, local news and the regional prosecutor’s office said.

Oleh Syniehubov, the governor of Kharkiv Oblast, said seven employees of the printers were killed.

Suspilne News said 17 people were wounded.

Footage released by Ihor Klymenko, the Ukrainian minister of internal affairs, shows emergency services working inside the damaged building as flames were still ravaging it. It also shows an injured woman on a stretcher surrounded by medics.

About 10 explosions were heard across the city, Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov said, warning residents to stay in shelters. Credit: Ihor Klymenko via Storyful

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