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Police show the events of the first minutes after the massive Russian attack on Kharkiv

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The Kharkiv regional patrol police have released a video depicting the aftermath of the Russian attack on Kharkiv on January 2.

The footage reveals the extent of the damage with images of destroyed buildings, fires, injured individuals, and the unlocking of apartment doors.

Collaborating with various services, the patrol police are actively involved in providing assistance to victims on the ground. They ensure unimpeded access for medical personnel and rescuers while also securing the scene.

«Russia cynically bombards Kharkiv and the surrounding region daily. Terrorists are causing harm to civilians, damaging infrastructure, and it is imperative that citizens do not ignore air raid alerts and remain close to designated shelter areas», — the video’s commentary emphasizes.

Ukrainian Armed Forces Commander-in-Chief, Valeriy Zaluzhnyi, reported that on the morning of January 2, Russians launched 99 missiles, with 72 successfully intercepted, including 10 X-47M2 Kinzhal aerial ballistic missiles.

In Kharkiv, over 4 residential buildings suffered damage due to the Russian attack. As of 13:53, 50 people were reported injured, and one fatality has been confirmed.

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