The death toll due to the Russian attack on a school in Romny has risen to 4, Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said, APA reports.
According to the minister, rescuers pulled the bodies of the school principal, deputy principal, secretary, and librarian from the rubble.
Four locals who were passing by the school at the time of the attack were also injured.
At least two educational workers were killed and three other people were wounded in a Russian attack on a school in the city of Romny in northeastern Ukraine on Wednesday, Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said, APA reports citing Reuters.
He said two other school workers were still under the rubble in Romny, which is part of the Sumy region. Photos shared by Klymenko on the Telegram messaging app showed emergency workers carrying away a body on a stretcher.