URCS volunteers continue to help carry out search operations after Russian shelling of Kharkiv
Volunteers of the rapid response unit of Kharkiv Regional Organization of the Ukrainian Red Cross Society (URCS), together with rescuers, continue to conduct search operations at the site of destruction in Kharkiv after three Russian missile attacks on January 23.
"Side by side with rescuers and other emergency services, volunteers of the rapid response unit of Kharkiv regional organization of the Ukrainian Red Cross are working at the places of hits. At three locations, 18 volunteers provided first aid to the wounded, evacuated people with limited mobility from destroyed houses, transported the victims to medical institutions, and together with the cynological service and rescuers took part in search operations. The rescue operation continues … There may be two more people under the rubble," URCS wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.
As reported, Russia fired on Kharkiv three times on Tuesday. As a result of enemy attacks, eight people were killed and more than 60 injured. There are children among the injured and killed. Residential buildings were also damaged, entrances were destroyed, cars were destroyed, and educational institutions were damaged.