Bodies of two more victims found under rubble in Selydove – PGO
As of 13:30 on Thursday, November 16, rescuers pulled out the bodies of two more victims from under the rubble as a result of a Russian missile strike, the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) reports.
"They turned out to be the spouses of internally displaced persons (IDPs) aged 43 and 44, who moved from the town of Horniak," the Telegram channel says.
Earlier it was reported that the bodies of three victims were found and seized at the site of the debris analysis. In the morning, when only two bodies were found, rescuers clarified that, according to preliminary information, two more people may stay under the rubble. After that, a fourth victim was found.
In total, it was known about four dead and three wounded.