On May 10th 2022 two civilians, both women, were killed when a reported Russian mine exploded in Tsykunny in Kharkiv.
Sergey Bolvinov reported on Facebook that “investigators and forensic experts of the Investigative Department, investigators of the Lipetsk Police Department, together with explosive experts, conducted an inspection under the bridge near the village of Tsykuny, where two women blew themselves up… the corpses were found, the scene of the incident was recorded, and all necessary investigative actions were carried out,” additionally, that “a large number of anti-tank mines and landmines were discovered near the bridge and under it by explosive devices.”
This assessment has reference to ACLED code UKR57560.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Reports of the incident mention the village of Tsyrkuny (село Циркуни, Харківський район, Харківська область), for which the generic coordinates are: 50.08635, 36.37432. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.