On Sunday, Serhiy Gaidai, the governor of the Luhansk area, reported that the Russian bombing of a school in the Ukrainian town of Bilohorivka resulted in the deaths of two persons and the presumed deaths of 60 others still buried beneath the rubble.
Gaidai stated that Russia placed a bomb on the school where roughly 90 people were sheltering on Saturday afternoon, igniting the building. Thirty individuals have been saved.
“After nearly four hours, the fire was doused, the rubble was cleaned, and sadly, the deaths of two persons were discovered,” Gaidai said on the Telegram messaging service. Sixty individuals certainly perished beneath the debris of buildings.
Separately, Gaidai stated that based on preliminary information, shelling in the village of Shypilovo had demolished a house and 11 people were still buried beneath the rubble.
The reports were not readily verifiable by Reuters. Russia provided no quick response.