The victim was taken to the hospital with a mine-explosive injury and shrapnel injuries to his legs.
A man in the Kherson region blew up on a minewhich was left by the Russian occupiers.
How informs Kherson regional military administration, in the village of Blagodatne, local residents found a wounded person in a field.
“As it turned out, a 48-year-old man was blown up by a Russian mine. The victim was taken to the Kherson Regional Clinical Hospital with a landmine-explosive injury and numerous shrapnel injuries to his legs,” the report says.
It is noted that the man is currently in a moderate condition, doctors are providing him with the necessary assistance.
“Once again, we remind you: you cannot go to fields, forest strips, go to the roadsides, if these areas have not yet been examined by explosives experts. There are still a lot of Russian explosives in the Kherson region! So be careful! If you notice a suspicious object, move away as far as possible and call the rescuers or the police “, – urged in OVA.
The situation with mines in Ukraine
After retreating from Kherson and part of the region, the Russian occupiers completely mined this territory. So, on December 7, 2022, in the Kherson region, during the task at the mine cascade a group of policemen blew up from Cherkasy region.
As a result of the explosion, Mykhailo Kuratchenko, the head of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Cherkasy Region, Ihor Melnyk, a bomb technician, Serhiy Nenada, dog handler, and Vadym Perizhok, assistant of the duty response sector of the patrol police of the Uman District Police Department, died as a result of the explosion.
Four more law enforcement officers were injured. Later, two of them died.