23 people died as a result of Russian shelling of Kherson on 3 May. This was announced by the head of the regional military administration Alexander Prokudin. According to him, 46 people were injured, including two children. In just one day, Russia shelled Kherson 16 times, firing a total of 82 shells.
Russian troops attacked the Railway Station Square of Kherson, the territory and facilities of the railway station, a gas station, a hardware store, a grocery supermarket, a factory and a car fleet. The gallery below shows the aftermath of the shelling. Warning: the photographs show the bodies of the dead.