Kharkiv rescuers removed the bodies of 179 people from debris since the start of Russia’s full-scale war
“As of today [June 24, 2022], the rescuers from Kharkiv garrison have carried the debris management operations at more than 140 facilities. As a result, more than 160 people were rescued and, regrettably, 179 dead bodies were removed,” Deputy Head of the Main Department of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Kharkiv region Anatolii Torianyk said.
According to him, five rescue workers were killed and 15 injured over four months of Russia’s full-scale armed aggression against Ukraine.
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