On the morning of 1 May 2022, at approximately 11am, alleged Russian artillery fire hit the village of Odnorobivka in the Bohodukhiv region of Kharkiv, injuring one man. The incident was reported widely across Ukrainian news outlets, with the information coming from the prosecutor’s office suggesting that the injured man was 27 years old and the shelling had damaged a residential house and some property on farmland.
Suspilne News reported that it was specifically the petrol station on an agricultural enterprise which was hit and caught fire as a result of shelling. Photos showed a plume of dark black smoke characteristic of petrol fires. Suspilne News and some other outlets reported that the injured man sustained shrapnel wounds and was 30 years old, but the majority of sources stated 27.
As of 2 May 2022, the Head of the Zolochiv community told Suspilne News that the petrol station continued to burn. The Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that a pre-trial investigation has been opened into the incident.
This assessment has reference to ACLED code UKR56957.
The incident occured at approximately 11:00 am local time.
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Reports of the incident mention the village of Odnorobivka (Одноробівка), for which the generic coordinates are: 50.416123, 35.859712. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.